Recycles waste products, reducing GHG emissions and produces renewable energy which will replace higher-carbon electric sources.
EverGen operates as a community-focused business, receiving and recycling organic waste from local municipalities and businesses.
EverGen is focused on partnering with First Nations communities who host its operations and provide a vital workforce.
Committed to strong governance practices in its current operations and in planned growth and development of RNG.
EverGen has developed a sustainable business platform in collaboration with our stakeholders. We work with First Nations communities, employees and contractors, customers and investors to ensure responsible development, disciplined asset management, financial strength and resiliency. We pride ourselves on the ability to operate and grow sustainably and the way that we work is rooted in our Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) values:
We make a meaningful impact in the communities we operate. Overall, we work with First Nations and municipalities across BC. We develop long-term relationships with our partners, co-creating positive impact in community.
We are committed to operating community-based businesses, and contributing to the wellbeing of our communities, local First Nations and employees. Our reputation is upheld by how we put into practice our core values which underpin our code of conduct.
For more information, or to raise concerns and report instances of potential non-compliance with our values and principles, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This address is open to employees and the public and is entirely confidential in line with our Whistle Blowers policy.
Fraser Valley Biogas is closed due to the Sumas Prairie flood and is not accepting waste or delivering fertilizer until further notice. Local residents are recommended to check the City of Abbotsford’s Evacuation Order and Alerts for the latest updates on the flood.
Net Zero Waste Abbotsford remains open and we are accepting residential yard and garden waste drop offs. For livestock disposal inquiries, contact Edwin Berkhof at 604-401-8463. Local residents are recommended to check the City of Abbotsford’s Evacuation Order and Alerts for the latest updates on the flood.