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November 21, 2014

Emmie Leung, Founder and CEO of Emterra Group, is being recognized with a special citation at the upcoming EY Entrepreneur Of The Year™ national gala for her contribution as a pioneer in the waste resources management industry. Read more...

November 4, 2014

At a gala event in Toronto last week, global professional services firm EY presented Canadian waste and recycling trailblazer, Emmie Leung, Founder and CEO of Emterra Group, with its Entrepreneur Of The Year™ Ontario 2014 award for Energy and Cleantech. Read more...

October 22, 2014

“This is amazing,” said Emmie Leung, Founder and CEO of Emterra Group on learning that her waste and resource management company, Emterra Environmental, has been named a finalist in the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce 2014 Achievements in Business Excellence (ABEX) Awards. Read more...

October 17, 2014

This is the 38th year that the dynamic and focused Emmie Leung heads-up Emterra Group. Read more...

October 15, 2014

Emterra Environmental’s Surrey, British Columbia division has been recognized for its practice of promoting an inclusive workplace where employees feel valued and respected. Read more...

October 10, 2014
Winnipeg Free Press

The city's fire chief may be crying poor over budgets and staffing, but at least they're dealing with a huge drop in the number of arsons. Read more...

September 2, 2014
Resource Recycling, Inc.

Regina, the capital of Saskatchewan, is located in the heart of the windswept plains of western Canada. The Queen City, as it’s known, is also home to the Emterra Environmental Regina Single Stream Recyclables Material Recovery Facility. Read more...

August 6, 2014
Winnipeg Sun

The recipient of the generous donation over the next three years is Winnipeg Harvest. The cheque presentation was July 24 at Winnipeg Harvest amongst the recycled box gardens. Read more...

July 29, 2014
Winnipeg Free Press

They used to call her the "Bag Lady." And she used to call Winnipeg home. Today, the venture she started nearly 40 years ago as a bag-lady-like curbside newspaper recycler is now Emterra Environmental, the multimillion-dollar company that does most of Winnipeg's waste collection and recycling. Read more...

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