Valley Acrylic mentioned Urban Impact in a great Facebook post early today.
The post read:
Working with Urban Impact Recycling for a cleaner future. See our 2016 yearly diversion review and look at some of the ways that Valley Acrylic is contributing to reducing the carbon footprint in our local community and what we have planned for the future.
If you have ideas to make us even greener let us know, we would love to hear about it!
Posted: October 24th, 2016
“My wife and I used your shred day service today and we just wanted to pass on a big thanks! The crew were courteous and helpful with the loading and the whole process. It was simple and other than being unsure where you were located (your map was fine we weren’t familiar with the area) it was a breeze. The added benefit is all that paper is gone!”
On November 1, Calgary businesses and organizations will be required to recycle the same items Calgarians already do at home. The requirement comes through a bylaw amendment and is part of the city’s Industrial, Commercial and Institutional Waste Diversion Strategy.Posted: October 11th, 2016
We were particularly impacted with the coverage of the earthquake in Italy. We organized to donate our Shred Day proceeds to the Red Cross Earthquake relief fund raising.
When our team has a cause that is close to their heart, we ask them bring it forward for Urban Impact fundraising.
Each month, we support a variety of community organizations. We would like to thank everyone that stops by Shred Days for their generous donations- your support truly makes a difference.Posted: October 1st, 2016
Nicole is very honoured to be a guest speaker at the Richmond Chamber of Commerce Women In Leadership Panel Luncheon today.
“At the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, we are excited to present to you the opportunity to hear from three of our city’s top executives, to learn from their struggles and triumphs and forge meaningful connections with other leaders. Senior Richmond School District students from all 10 high schools have been invited to attend as well, passing on the wisdom of these leaders to the next generation.”