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

Upcycling

"Upcycling" isn't one of the R's, but it would definitely fit into the reuse category.  Most of the time, reuse refers to using something again, or using it for something else before sending it to the landfill.  Some may think that using baby food jars for screws...

Kick-it To The Curb is Coming

It is time to take reuse to all corners of the Peace. We are about to remove all of your excuses. June 17-19 is the weekend to get it all out there. We want you to Kick-It to the Curb!

All you have to do is get it out the door and onto the curb. This is the weekend for a free exchange...

Eco-Advisor in Dawson Creek

Are you interested in making a difference in your community?  This may be the opportunity you are looking for.  NEAT is looking for an Eco-Advisor in Dawson Creek and area. 

        

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The Eco...

Meet Natasha from Ft. Nelson

Good day everyone!  My name is Natasha Ellingson and I live on an acreage about 5 miles outside of Fort Nelson BC.  I have spent the better part of 15 years endeavoring to be processed food free, harmful chemical cleaner free, animal product free (as much as possible), and...

Meet Trent from Tumbler Ridge

The Litterless Lunchbox

Last weekend, in a fit of optimism, my wife and I started spring-cleaning. While outside the snow was still flying (giving lie to the idea that mid-April in the Peace is actually spring…), inside the dust was flying as we worked to...

Give It Up for Earth Day!

Today, April 22, 2011 is officially Earth Day!  Earth Day has been around for some time now.  It started back in 1970 as an environmental awareness event.  Since then, it has grown to 500 million people in 164 countries.  Today, over 6 million of those people are Canadians...

2 Days until Earth Day

Earth Day is this Friday.  The Canadian Earth Day theme this year is "Give It Up for Earth Day!"  What are you willing to give up for the next month?  Could you give up driving, fast food, television?  These are a few things that you could think about. 

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We Rock in the Dark!

The results are in and the Peace River Region did their part to reduce power usage during Earth Hour.  WWF’s fifth annual Earth Hour was held Saturday night, March 26th between 8:30-9:30pm.  According to B.C. Hydro, British Columbia had a decrease of 1.8%, almost twice the...

Composting 101

As the snow threatens to melt, gardeners are chomping at the bit to get their hands dirty and composters are hoping the path between the house and the compost clears enough to navigate. This time of the year is the perfect time to discuss the different types of composters that are available on...

April 1st, New By-Laws

Peace River Regional District has two new by-laws that go into effect on April 1, 2011.  These by-laws affect Solid Waste customers throughout the Peace Region. 

By-Law No. 1927, 2011 - establishes regulations for the disposal of Solid Waste in the Peace River Regional...