Tammy Hrab

Communications Coordinator
Member for:
6 years 14 weeks

Tammy moved to Fort St. John in the summer of 2004 with her family.  She immediately fell in love with the town and surrounding landscape.  Since then, she has been involved in various groups and activities in the area.  With Tammy’s background in Customer Service, discovering ways to help people with their questions and needs comes second nature.  Tammy has a strong commitment to the vision of NEAT and she is determined to be a valuable addition to the team.

NEAT News

NEAT's Night Before Christmas

'Twas the Night before Christmas,

And all through the town,

Not a vehicle was idling,

They had all been shut down.

Recycling bins packed by the back door with care...

Season's Greenings

We traditionally end each year with a season that encourages giving and celebrating the season in a big way.  There are ways that you can "Green the Season" and maintain the meaning.  Prrrdy has some great ideas to share with you that will help you reduce the waste we...

Do Your Part When you Start. Idle Less

We have reached that time of year when our driving habits tend to change.  The weather is getting colder and conditions are messier.  We may not even realize it, but we start idling our vehicles more as we get farther into the season.  It may not even be something that we think...

Waste Reduction Week Oct 21-27

Waste Reduction Week has rolled around again.  It has been an annual event since 2001.   It is intended to challenge you to reduce your ecological footprint through the actions and activities you choose. 

The theme for 2013 is Relearn, Rethink, Reinspire. ...

Back to Packing Lunches

The school year is back in full swing.  If you are like me, packing lunches is part of my morning routine again.  Many schools are requesting that parents pack litterless lunches.  For some, the lure of individually packaged items is too hard to resist.  I totally get the...

I Am Fruit Fly Ninja

With an office full of staff that enjoy their fresh fruits and vegetables, we have had the occasional outbreak of fruit flies.  We continually try to compost everything that remains after our healthy snacks.  Some people place their apple core in a compost bucket that doesn't get...

pRRRdy Please...

On behalf of the Peace River Regional District (PRRD), the Northern Environmental Action Team (NEAT) has launched the “pRRRdy Please…” residential recycling survey. This short survey is open between July 12th and August 18th.

The survey is designed to gather...

Put Some Sun in Your Shorts

The Northern Environmental Action Team (NEAT) is proud to present "Put Some Sun in Your Shorts: The Sustainable Laundry Initiative" across Northeast BC.  Put Some Sun in Your Shorts encourages residents to save power by drying their laundry on a clothesline instead of using...

NEAT Board of Directors 2013

NEAT would like to introduce our Board of Directors for 2013,  some old, some new, and some returning.  This is a volunteer board and we appreciate everything they do to make NEAT more effective in our communities. 

Board of Directors 2013

Jarrod Bell -...

Earth Day All Week

Earth Day, April 22, began back in 1970, when the world was a very different place.  It all began after a massive oil spill in California got the attention of Gaylord Nelson, a U.S. Senator from Wisconsin.  He inspired 20 million Americans to demonstrate for a healthy, sustainable...