Let’s look at garbage as a resource

What would happen if we looked at our garbage as a resource? This would reduce packaging waste. If the material was thought of as a valuable resource, then companies would design their products to minimize the use of the valuable resource. If the packaging held value, then consumers would think twice about throwing it in […]

Adding circularity to your business

Potential for Sustainability on the Prairies There is a lot of potential for increasing sustainability in Manitoba. Sustainable business practices can improve their growth and profits. To do this, businesses can look for efficiencies in their supply chain. Businesses can adapt to customers changing preferences and change their business model to reflect a desire for […]

215 Indigenous children remains found

May 29, 2021 We are mourning with sorrow from the news of the discovery of 215 Indigenous children remains found at former Kamloops Indian Residential School. Prairie Circular Economy wants to extend our sympathy and support to the Tk’emlups te Secwepemc, residential school survivors, and Indigenous peoples. We will continue to work towards ongoing healing […]

COVID-19 vaccine

May 22, 2021 It is wonderful to receive our first COVID vaccine. It will feel even better when we all have it. We want to thank all the scientists, researchers, heath care workers, and everyone who worked to make these vaccines. We would also like to thank all the staff and organizers at the RBC […]

Happy World Bee Day 2021

May 20, 2021 Happy World Bee Day. Bees are an amazing species. It is a good reminder that species and us are all connected. Life without bees would change drastically. Here at Prairie Circular Economy, we can help you become a leader in your community. Contact us for a free discovery call and we can […]

Plastic Age

May 17, 2021 This comic from “The Story of Stuff Project” really makes us think. Archeologists discover many new things from their digs of stone age, iron age, and other times. What are future Archeologists going to discover about our age. The plastic age. Our love of plastic. While we can say that plastics have […]

National MMIW Awareness Day, 2021

May 5, 2021 kikiskisitotawânawak Red is the official colour of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIW) campaign. Wearing the colour red is something easy we can do to show our support. The colour red is believed to be the only colour that spirits can see. By wearing red, the spirits of the […]

Happy Earth Day 2021

April 22, 2021 Happy Earth Day. One way to celebrate this day in a global pandemic is to make a game out of reducing your plastic use. This is fun to do with kids. It’s fun and creative to think of alternatives that we already have in our homes. So, we’re going to reduce our […]

Welcome to our blog page

April 14, 2021 Welcome to our blog page where you can keep up to date with what is happening and new ideas. Posts will be made weekly. This is the beginning of an exciting new journey. These posts will also be shared on our social media pages. Please feel free to connect with us on […]