At Hudson Restoration, we are committed to providing sustainable and eco-friendly solutions for disaster restoration services. That’s why we are thrilled to announce our partnership with Greenflow Environmental Services, a leading provider of environmentally responsible waste management solutions.
Property restoration can be a debris-laden industry, which is why our partnership with Greenflow is so important. Our focus is to provide safe and sustainable waste disposal services throughout the entire restoration process, helping our insurer clients and property owner customers achieve their sustainability goals.
With the help of Greenflow, we can incorporate disciplined waste diversion practices into each job, reducing the amount of waste that goes to landfill and finding ways to reuse, recycle, or upcycle materials whenever possible. For example, restoration debris materials such as drywall and wood can be upcycled into particleboard, while other waste materials can be converted into energy through a high-tech process that includes burning, gas separation, scrubbing, or heating.
In Ontario alone, the construction industry creates about 14.2 million tonnes of waste, and currently only about 12 percent of construction waste is being diverted from landfill. Our program aims to shift those percentages by providing a sort and divert methodology, ensuring that as much waste as possible is recycled, upcycled, or diverted away from landfills.
Our partnership with Greenflow also helps us further our own mission of safeguarding the environment and community. By managing waste in ways that reduce our ecological footprint, we can play our part in protecting the planet and ensuring a sustainable future.
At Hudson Restoration, we are excited to be working with Greenflow to find the most cost-efficient and environmentally friendly waste disposal solutions for our customers. We are committed to developing a customized approach for each project, ensuring that sustainability is a built-in component of our regular service offering.
This partnership is another step in our commitment to support our customers’ own environmental, net-zero, and supply chain sustainability goals. We believe that by working together, we can lead the restoration industry into an eco-friendly future, and we look forward to continuing our journey towards a more sustainable tomorrow.