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Happy Easter to all our customers, remember to put all your eggs in a recycling basket!
Ever Green depots will be closed on Friday, April 18th.
Easter Seals Newfoundland and Labrador and Ever Green are pleased to be working together collecting recyclables and supporting programs and services for children and youth with disabilities in the province. Through local restaurants, businesses and households, we have raised over $1,300 that has gone directly back into programs such as sledge hockey, wheelchair basketball, boccia and summer camps. A little help goes a long way. For more information on Easter Seals Newfoundland and Labrador and the recycling program, please contact email@example.com. Ever Green is proud to support the vital work of Easter Seals. Ever Green works with 350 schools, community agencies, charities generating $250,000 to $300,000 in revenues annually for those organizations.
From left to right: Jeremy Cross, Kirk Leach, Paula Hayes, Karen St. Croix, Kim Perchard, Aimee Coles, Courtney Dunne, Bradley Murphy, Melissa Keough, Allison Penton, Jessica Johnson.
The Social Enterprise Business Class at Memorial University decided to conduct a research effort into Ever Green Recycling and the challenges we have had to overcome as a social enterprise. The team interviewed Ever Green CEO Mike Wadden, and they were very impressed by the savvy innovative technologies Ever Green is using to overcome challenges. The Business Case study will be completed later in April, following review with Ever Green. Ever Green CEO Mike Wadden noted that “we are always happy to support education initiatives.” The team also had a great visit with Eddie Ever Green, our Company mascot – and here with Eddie are, left to right: Brent McNamara, Devin Lacey, Eddie Ever Green, Maria Oliver, and Lauren Hawkins. Many thanks and best wishes to the MUN team.
Ever Green Depots will be open as usual on Monday, March 17. Stay Green and Recycle