Can I receive updates about the work of the Public Advisory Committee?
We will share updates on our website and engage directly with the community. Also, meeting minutes will be shared on our website after each quarterly meeting.
I want to be considered for an appointment on the Public Advisory Committee. Where can I forward my information?
To submit your name for consideration to join the Public Advisory Committee, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. All submissions should include a brief overview explaining the value, expertise or insight you would provide to the Committee and a resume or CV.
I want to make a submission to the PAC. How do I do that?
On our Engagement page, we have a submission form to accept comments, questions, or concerns for members of the Public Advisory Committee. Submissions are accepted on an ongoing basis.
What is GFL Delta doing to ensure they hear from diverse perspectives and opinions?
We know our region is diverse, and we want the Public Advisory Committee (PAC) to represent that. That’s why our membership includes a variety of unique perspectives, including across age, gender, ethnicity and expertise. For example, we have committed to including the following voices: At least one PAC member, 25 or younger, to ensure we […]
How often does the Public Advisory Committee meet?
The Public Advisory Committee will meet approximately four times during the year, ideally during each quarter. Additional meetings will take place via the approval of GFL Management.
How are members of the Public Advisory Committee selected?
Public Advisory Committee (PAC) members are selected through a competitive and advertised process with three-year terms. Appointment terms will be offset to permit continuity in PAC consultation and deliberations. At least two members of the inaugural PAC will be re-appointed for two two-year appointments. New appointments will be made for three-year terms. PAC Members will […]
How does GFL Delta do community engagement?
GFL Delta strives to be an active, valued and respected member of the communities they operate in. One of the ways we’re doing that within the Delta area is by forming the Public Advisory Committee. By regularly meeting with community members, we hear their ideas, perspectives and opinions firsthand. We also work to establish community […]
What are those piles?
Blending and Product Storage Area Compost product ready to be loaded on to customer trucks and trailers may be visible in this area. Overs Recovery Area Larger pieces of composted material may be visible in these areas where they are stored prior to recovery through the process.
Aerial view of GFL Delta Composting facility 2020 upgrades.
Why do I always see people in GFL pickups driving around my neighbourhood?
In the interest of continuing to be a good member of the community, GFL personnel conduct daily (at a minimum) drive arounds through the community to help determine if there are any odours within the community that can be directly attributable to the GFL Delta Composting facility. Further, as soon as practical, and once wind […]