We’re passionate about creating a positive impact on our community and the environment.

Green Opportunities Inc. is just as the name says, an opportunity to divert from the landfill, with the added benefits for not only the environment and the person themselves. Our products are Manitoba-made and are part of the Full Circular Economy.

What comes in, must go out

We deliver professional solutions with the highest level of customer service and genuine commitment to our community and environment.


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Over the past 23 years, our facilities have diverted well over 120,000 tonnes of materials from landfills, reintroducing them into the Full Circular Economy. This significant achievement would not have been possible without the support of surrounding communities, businesses, and our dedicated staff who shared our vision of making a difference.

What is Full
Circular Economy?

A Full Circular Economy is an economic system designed to minimize waste and make the most of our planet’s finite resources. It operates on the principles of sustainability, resource efficiency, and long-term resilience. Unlike the traditional linear economy, where products are made, used, and then discarded as waste, the Circular Economy aims to keep materials and products in use for as long as possible.


How does it work?

Our Full Circular Economy model involves a series of interconnected steps:

  1. 1. Material Sourcing

    It starts with our partners, the collection of organic materials from various sources, including local municipalities, residential drop-offs, and commercial businesses like restaurants, schools, and factories.

  2. 2. Partners and Source Separation

    Our partners supply Materials pre–sorted at their facility, known as source separation, converting waste streams into valuable resources, preventing landfill buildup and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. This promotes cleaner, safer processing, higher product quality, and cost-efficient processing of the materials.

    This step is crucial for quality control and reducing contaminants.

  3. 3. Processes and Quality Assurance

    Materials received are from a variety of organic resources each with its own process.

    Compost, is put through a controlled decomposition process, where it is the operator’s job to optimize the process and prevent nuisance conditions. Our compost undergoes rigorous testing by accredited laboratories to ensure it meets quality standards.

    Recycled wood is processed to market needs, with methods that ensure quality

    High processing standards and product certification is essential to guarantee the product’s value and effectiveness, ensuring its sustainability in the market place.

  4. 4. Closing the Gap - Market Stabilization

    Our Partner Companies remarket their quality finished waste product back into the economy closing the gap need to complete the circle

    Market Stabilization is where materials diverted from landfill have been placed back into the market place with the practice of strong partnerships and quality products, avoiding market destabilization caused by subpar recycling practices, which can lead to landfill-bound materials.

Benefits of a Circular Economy
  • When diverted from landfills this material is saving landfill space and municipal tax dollars.
  • The integration of recycled organic industrial and municipal solid waste (MSW) (Compost – Food waste, garden, and green yard waste) into modern gardening and farming systems can be a clean and sustainable technology with a high impact on the environment, plant productivity and food safety.
  • Putting nutrients back into our food.
  • Greenhouse gas emissions reduction.


Partners play a crucial role in our mission to create a Full Circular Economy. They share our commitment to sustainability, driven by their own green initiatives and objectives. Here’s how these partnerships drive change:

Our Partners

Our partners span various sectors, including municipal, agricultural, institutional, factory, and individual consumers—all united in their commitment to environmental impact.

Become a Partner

It’s easy to become a partner, no qualifications or processes needed, just the want to do more, this can start with source separation at home by putting the correct recyclable in the correct bins at home for pickup or drop off at our transfer site.