Sea to Sky Removal is committed to providing affordable, efficient, and environmentally conscious waste removal services that keep as much material out of the landfill as possible. To support this commitment, we will:

  • Continually improve our knowledge and education through the Recycling Council of British Columbia

  • Continually improve our knowledge and education through Built Green Canada

  • Share our knowledge, experience, and expertise with our staff, customers, investors, and other external stakeholders to improve waste disposal practices whenever possible

  • Effectively and accurately manage our environmental impacts by measuring what we divert from the landfill through our waste diversion reports where possible

  • Give back to our local community through the participation in eco-friendly initiatives and activities

  • Cultivate partnerships with other like-minded sustainability-centric businesses

  • Support organizations that rehabilitate wild animals who have experienced habitat disruption, organizations remediating and protecting coastal ecosystems and climate change education for children.

We will work to support these commitments by:

  • Providing on-site recycling stations (including proper use training) for metal, cardboard, and plastic, to construction sites throughout the Lower Mainland as well as the Sea to Sky Corridor and well as companies that are environmentally focused and building green

  • Hand sorting all material to be disposed of into recyclables, items that can be reused, and general garbage

  • Delivering materials to landfills, recycling centers, as well as any suitable local non-profit organizations, in a timely and efficient manner

  • Providing post-disposal Waste Diversion reporting

  • Sharing our knowledge, experience, and expertise with our staff, as well as customers, investors, and other external stakeholders through lectures, social media, and our website

  • Encouraging our staff to utilize eco-friendly modes of transportation to and from work (carpooling, public transit, and cycling)

  • Donating construction materials or any other reusable items to Urban Repurpose, Squamish ReBuild, Whistler Re-Build-It Centre, and Habitat for Humanity

  • Offering Lunch and Learns on Sustainable Waste Management Best Practices

  • Maintaining an eco-friendly office space (paperless invoicing, fluorescent light bulbs, green cleaning products, recycling office equipment/electronics/furniture/paper/metal/plastic bottles/tubs and glass bottles/jars)

  • Employing a fleet of Isuzu hybrid or energy efficient vehicles with 3 engine options that allow for both natural gas unfits (on smaller GAS units) as well as the capability to exceed diesel emission CARB regulations