Tammy Hrab

Communications Coordinator
Member for:
6 years 9 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

The Sweater Challenge is ON!

The challenge is on.  Moose FM and Astral Media, in Fort St. John, have accepted our challenge.  Who can get the most staff members in sweaters for WWF's Sweater Day tomorrow?

Moose FM was on board and accepted our challenge within minutes.  Adam Raeburn, with Moose...

February is Small Appliance Recycling Month

We have gotten to February and another month to focus on one of our   BC Stewards.  This month, we are talking about ElectroRecycle.  

ElectroRecycle has greatly broadened it's reach in the last couple of years.  The Canadian Electrical Stewardship Association...

January is Medication Return Awareness Month

When you open your medicine cabinet, how much of it’s contents has expired or was a prescription that you didn’t finish?  What are you supposed to do with those items you will never use?  We can answer that question.  The British Columbia Pharmacy Association and the...

Happy Holidays, From our Families to Yours!

'Twas the night before Christmas and all through the town,

People had shopped for the best gifts around.

Some chose high tech, some came in a deck,

Some found them local, to avoid a...

Aaron Thompson Says Farewell

The summer is over and now it’s time for me to leave NEAT and to head back to university. Working with NEAT can be a bit chaotic at times; sometimes you’re working on one thing that’s a month away and then you’re working on something that’s happening in a few days...

And Week 3's Winners Are

We are still helping people get some sun in their shorts.  Did you win for week 3?

We drew names across Northeast BC for the 3rd week winners of the Put Some Sun in Your Shorts: The Sustainable Laundry Initiative.

Winners each receive a clothesline, clothespins and...

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NEAT Makes Fitness Park Safer

The Northern Environmental Action Team (NEAT) is welcoming the community to make their “mark on the park” and add to the safety of new fitness equipment that will be installed in a City park. Tiles made of recycled rubber...

Week 2 Winners Are. . .

Are you the lucky winner? We drew names across Northeast BC for the 2nd week winners of the Put Some Sun in Your Shorts: The Sustainable Laundry Initiative.

Winners each receive a clothesline, clothespins and biodegradable laundry detergent. The winners are:

Fort St...

June is Electronics Recycling Awareness Month for NEAT

NEAT is continuing to focus in the different stewardship services available to the residents of British Columbia.  A steward is given the responsibility of providing options of disposal for products at end of life.  June is Electronics month.

Thanks to Encorp, British...

May is Tire Month for NEAT

NEAT has been focussing on a different steward for each month of this year.   Tire Stewardship BC is our feature steward for the month of May.

Tires are among those things that get left in the ditches, along the back fence, or they pile up in the garage because no one really...