"Your team has created a product far better than I originally anticipated. The site has exceeded expectations significantly. For those of us who need to justify our participation to management, we couldn't have hoped for more ammo!"
- David Baker, Education and Outreach, Thurston County Solid Waste
Reuse it! UBC is a program overseen by the University of British Columbia that uses our ReCap software to assist staff in finding and exchanging reusable items for reuse within the University (e.g. furniture, audio-visual equipment, office supplies, etc.).
This guided directory system has been called a very cleverly designed website. The American Wood Council, the Canadian Wood Council, and Build Reuse work together to publish this custom guided-directory which covers North America. Reusewood.org helps contractors, manufacturers, composters, and others understand how wood can be reused and recycled.
The Recycling Council of British Columbia manages Surrey Reuses, a website to facilitate the reuse of household items between residents of Surrey, British Columbia. To date, there has been over 20,000 items exchanged.
We're a family owned business. We've been working since 2003 to help people reduce the ecological impact of the overuse of items and materials on our planet. We've already helped people in over 100 communities, states and provinces reduce, rescue, recycle - and more.
Norm has followed a passion for natural conservation through successful careers as a teacher, in National Park management, and as a director of a UN Biosphere reserve.
Now the President and owner of iWasteNot Sytems, Norm remains committed to reducing our impact on the natural environment.
James brings skills and experience from a career spanning years in the film and television industry, software and digital technology companies as well as independent projects to his position as Product Manger at iWasteNot Systems.
James ensures that our software products are well-designed for efficacy, ease-of-use and market fit.
Barret is a graduate of Durham College in Computer Programming with over 5 years experience designing iWasteNot Systems‘ material exchanges and corporate websites.
Barret ensures our websites and marketing materials are both functional and attractive.
After graduating from Algonquin College's Advertising Program, Laura knew she wanted to put her marketing skills to use for good, rather than promoting over-consumption by selling people products they don't necessarily need.
Working with iWasteNot Systems allows her feel good about her job at the end of the day.
Jonathan provides computer programming and database management to ensure that our web sites work dynamically with the statistical and content databases.
Jon has experience in computer programming for a medical database system and with Queen’s University as a computer programmer for a virtual reality studio. Jon has also administered SQL databases for an on-line gaming company.