January15

We’re Worm Farmers!

Well, it’s official, we are worm farmers!  In addition to renting residential and commercial disposal bins, recycling scrap metal, composting yard waste and remediating contaminated soil, we now compost food scraps with our new super huge Worm Farm.     Our Worm Farm is awesome!  It’s a 5 foot by 6 foot institutional-sized worm bin from Sustainable
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January08

UN Proclaims 2015 the International Year of Soil

Happy New Year! We are super excited for 2015. This year is going to be a great one — the United Nations (UN) has claimed 2015 as the International Year of Soil! We are in love with soil! I know that may sound a little odd, but we know how important soil is — it critical for life
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December30

New Year’s Resolution: Purge, Declutter & Organize!

  Looking for a great New Year’s resolution that you can actually keep? Consider purging, decluttering and organizing your home!     George Carlin’s famous routine about your house as a place to keep your stuff while you go out and get, well… more stuff, is true. We surround ourselves with stuff. Over the last few
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December22

Be a Rebel, Drink Great Beer & Compost!

Rebellion Brewing Co., Regina’s first taproom, opened its doors this fall on Dewdney Ave and Rose St. Unlike traditional bars and pubs, a taproom doesn’t offer a full-service bar but sells non-alcoholic beverages and a limited food menu on top of their own brewed beer.   Rebellion is big on doing business locally and their beer
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December09

Industrial Parts & Equipment Sponsors Clean Earth Warriors Program

Thank you to Industrial Parts & Equipment for sponsoring this week’s vermicomposting bin! . . We recently delivered our third vermicompost bin to Grant Road School! It will be our sixth bin overall through the Clean Earth Warriors program. We want to thank Mrs. King and her grade 1 class for inviting us into their classroom. Check
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December04

The Gift of Removal

  For a unique and useful gift, consider the gift of removal!       Looking for a unique and useful gift idea for the person who has everything? Or maybe it’s for someone who doesn’t own a truck and has no way of hauling their clutter to the landfill. Our disposal bins are offered
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December01

Tips For a Minimalist Christmas

  The best way to protect our environment and create less waste is to buy less stuff!   In Canada, we create more garbage per person than any other country in the world. Each of us produces approximately 2 – 3 kg (4 – 7 lb) of waste each day — that’s 1 tonne every
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December01

K&D Truck Parts Sponsors Clean Earth Warriors Program

  Today we delivered our fifth classroom vermicompost bin as part of our Clean Earth Warriors program!   The kindergarten classes of Mrs. Hischebett and Mrs. Leibel-Jones from Ethel Milliken school were thrilled to have worms as their new class pets. We are also excited that this program has so much support from teachers, students,
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November21

Clean Earth Warriors Program Funded by Scrap Metal Recycling

    Did you know that our Clean Earth Warriors program is completely funded by our scrap metal recycling program?   It is because of our scrap metal partners that we are able to bring programs like this to Regina schools. The vermicompost bin given to Ms. Lemieux’s grade 3/4 class today was sponsored by Kramer Ltd. So, we want
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November19

Another Classroom Starts Vermicomposting

This morning we had the pleasure of visiting Mrs. Kilback’s kindergarten class at the Regina Huda School to give them the school’s first vermicompost bin. Some of the students already had a pretty good idea about what it means to compost. So, we want to send out high-fives to their teacher for taking the time to educate her
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