When the cold weather rears its ugly head in Manitoba, the construction industry experiences a distinct change in productivity and material behaviour. These changes can have a significant impact on a company’s bottom line due to increased costs and delayed completion times. It is important for businesses to know what to be aware of to ensure things run as smoothly as possible.
What is Construction Waste?
Construction waste is defined as the unused or unusable materials leftover from a jobsite. These materials can be anything from wood, metal, roofing shingles and more. Basically, any material that is used in construction or demolition falls into this category.
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Get a mini bin from Omar’s for 20% off our regular price. That means, only $100 per load.
Bigger isn’t Always Better
If you or your company are doing a small renovation or waste removal job and don’t need a large waste container, our mini bins are perfect.
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There is no doubt that our climate is changing. Climate change cannot be denied. The facts are conclusive, change is real, and it is changing at an concerning rate. It is a not only a threat to the planet, but it is also a serious threat to the Manitoba economy, its ecosystems, and its communities.
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The benefits of recycling are very apparent. Especially, when you consider that recycling has become such a common practice in many homes. Our garbage and recycling bins can fill up quickly with all the products we consume. Now, imagine, how much waste is created during the construction or demolition of a commercial project?
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The term “green” has been used a lot in recent years. Why? Well, at the rate we are developing new and exciting projects, the earth has a hard time keeping up. Simply put, the earth cannot sustain our rapid growth. Over time, as we develop more and more, we will run out of natural resources. The very same resources we need to survive. In response to this alarming trend, many companies like Omar’s Environmental have committed to cooperating with the waste management responsibility of green building.
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A recently published report had several interesting findings pertaining to the Green Economy within Manitoba. The primary goal was to identify the various organizations within Manitoba associated with waste and recycling. Data was collected through the WRARS database, as well as through online research. The underlining purpose of the study was to develop a stronger understanding of the green economy within Manitoba, specifically, the waste and recycling sector.
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When it comes to waste management and garbage disposal, Omar’s Environmental has all your bases covered. We offer a variety of bins ranging from 10-45 cubic Yards. Currently, we are offering an end of season promo on our 15 cubic yard mini-bins.
We are currently offering these mini-bins for $100 per load. That’s 20% off our regular price.
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Hiring local is good business whether you are hiring employees or hiring a company to perform a service. Any business that services a local clientele will surely understand that the local economy benefits when business is done locally. Strong partnerships are formed and reciprocal opportunities emerge when individuals or companies hire local.
Many business owner and managers only look at price and don’t consider the other numerous benefits that come with hiring a local company.
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Omar’s Environmental is proud to be the waste management partner of the 2017 Winnipeg Folk Fest. Over the course of the festival, Omar’s will be providing sustainable waste management services to the festivals 50,000 plus attendees.
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