Biweekly garbage pickup having big impact on diversion from landfills in NiagaraRead More
Walker Industries uses landfill methane to reduce dependency on hydro gridRead More
Walker Employees Team up to Collect Almost 900 kg of Garbage in NiagaraRead More
Walker Industries and Walker family donates $3 million to 2022 Canada Games for new world-class sport facilityRead More
Media Release - Helping Engineered Wood Manufacturers Cut Costs, Improve ProductsRead More
Green generation: Inside GM Canada’s $28 million cogen project using renewable landfill gasRead More
Enbridge partners with Walker Industries and Comcor Environmental to develop renewable natural gas projects across CanadaRead More
Achieving carbon neutrality and sustainability with executive buy-inRead More
Walker employee named Canada's Clean50 emerging sustainability leaderRead More
Walker finding ways to keep greenhouse waste out of landfills
Walker conducting studies to find ways to recycle rock wool and keep it out of landfills, thanks in part to provincial government funding through the Greenhouse Competitiveness and Innovation Initiative.
Ontario welcomes construction of largest Renewable Natural Gas plant
Jeff Yurek, Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks, and Bill Walker, Associate Minister of Energy, joined representatives from Enbridge and Walker Industries in Niagara Falls to formally announce the new $42-million renewable natural gas (RNG) facility.
Walker Industries helps Ernestine's Women's Shelter deliver security
Walker has committed to donating $250,000 to Ernestine's Women's Shelter in Toronto over the next five years to put healthy, nourishing food on the tables of vulnerable women and children, who in many cases have fled abusive relationships.
Walker Industries pledges $1.5 million for Hospice Niagara expansion
Walker has pledged to donate $1.5 million to Hospice Niagara towards the development of two new Hospice Palliative Care Centres of Excellence in Fort Erie and Welland for residents from across Niagara.
GM invests $28 million to cut emissions, hydro use
General Motors expects to cut its net greenhouse gas emissions by 70 per cent while reducing its reliance on hydro using renewable landfill gas piped in from Walker Industries' Niagara landfill.