Urban Impact’s Certificate of Diversion was designed to salute our customers’ efforts in diverting materials from waste and redirecting them to recycling efforts. Diversion or Diversion efforts is used to describe our efforts at diverting waste from landfill or final disposal.
Urban Impact’s Certificate of Diversion:
February certainly seems to be a month where we celebrate love and kindness.
First we start off with Valentine’s Day, a day of chocolates, cute candies and letters of appreciation to our loved ones. On February 20, 2023 we acknowledge and celebrate those most near and dear to us on Family Day. We end February with Pink Shirt Day on February 22, 2023, a day of awareness and support of kindness and acceptance of others.
To all of our Customers and Suppliers,
2022 was certainly a whirlwind for us all!
The end of 2022 certainly had many challenges including the weather over Christmas and New Year’s. Some routes were delayed because of road and weather conditions. We apologize for any delay in servicing your locations. We do not like to miss routes or services. We, along with yo, prefer to get the job done on the day it was scheduled.
Winter is a time for cozy sweaters, hanging lights, and baking warm sweet treats. It is also the time of year when winter storms can make roadways treacherous for drivers.
It appears this winter will likely continue to be snowy and icy creating challenges and having significant impact on day-to-day life for recycling and waste management business and shredding operations throughout British Columbia. Urban Impact would like to share a few tips to help keep your service from being uninterrupted and keep our drivers safe.