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AquaDiversities Inc. is a dynamic company providing innovative and economical water and wastewater treatment solution. Consulting, design construction, equipment sales, operation and maintenance are handles by a small qualified team in Nelson with low overhead allowing us to offer economical and professional services to our customers.
Nelson’s autohorized Encorp Pacific recycling depot. We also accept milk containers (including soy and rice) and electronics (including computers and TVs). For Business inquiries call#250-352-5825 The Nelson Leafs Bottle Depot accepts and refunds full deposit on literally hundreds of beverage containers, including glass and plastic bottles, aluminium pop cans, apple and tomato juice tins, bag-in-a-box and pouch containers, drink cartons, and plastic jugs.
In addition to managing non-alcoholic beverage containers, in October 2001 Encorp Pacific (Canada) won the contract to manage wine, spirits, and imported beer and cooler containers. As a result, the Nelson Leafs Bottle Depot now pays full refund on all alcoholic beverage containers falling within the Encorp Pacific (Canada) management system.
The Nelson Leafs Bottle Depot is pleased to announce our new electronics recycling program. We now accept a number of electronic items at the depot, including computer equipment and televisions.
The Nelson Leafs Bottle Depot is pleased to announce our new milk container recycling program, provided by the dairy industry and serviced by authorized Encorp Pacific beverage container recycling depots. All milk, cream, and milk substitute (soy and rice) containers are included in this program. This new service gives Nelson residents a new, effective way to dispose of milk containers in a responsible manner, and we’re proud to offer it.
Integrated Ecological Research is an independent environmental consulting service based in Nelson, British Columbia. We specialize in the integration of field biology with modern statistical techniques as applied to terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. We implement projects where the design, field collection and analysis of data is done in a collaborative effort between field biologists and statisticians. This approach maximizes the realism and applicability of analyses as well as giving statistical direction to field efforts. We have a substantial background in ecology, field biology, and statistics which allows us to apply statistical methods with knowledge of the ecology of organisms being studied, the constraints and limits of fieldwork, and the assumptions of statistical methods.
At FortisBC, we are building energy infrastructure in the province to ensure we meet our customers’ energy demands, today and in the future – safely, reliably and at the lowest reasonable cost. We deliver approximately 21 per cent of the total energy consumed in British Columbia, which is the most energy delivered by any utility in the province. Whether delivering electricity, natural gas or propane, our more than 2,200 employees serve approximately 1.1 million customers in 135 communities.
Growing up in a large city, I’d use any opportunity to escape into nature. That passion for the outdoors has led me to a career in energy conservation and climate change action planning. I collaborate with local and provincial level governments in implementing projects that lead to tangible greenhouse gas emission reductions and energy savings.