E-Waste Recycling
PACE has been at the forefront of e-waste recycling since the mid 1990's. Our crews pick up e-waste  such as computers, home entertainment units, printers and small appliances from various landfills in the Okanagan, then sorts, packs and readies it for transport to a provincial recycling facility. In 2021, our crews recycled over 3000 tvs, and over 88 metric tonnes of electronics
Employer: Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen
Construction Waste Sort
Located at Okanagan Falls landfill and run by Wildstone Construction and Engineering, construction and demolition waste is placed on a large conveyor belt and a crew sorts it into bins. Metal, rock/cement, plastic material, insulation, roofing material and items such as hot water tanks and sinks are separated from untreated wood, and recycled.
Employer: Wildstone Construction and Engineering
Mattress Recycling


Our Rusty Springs crew recycles mattresses and box springs at various

landfills throughout the Okanagan. The mattresses are disassembled and the

materials are separated, sorted and recycled. In 2021 our crew recycled

almost 8000 mattresses and box springs

Employer: Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen

Litter Pick Up
Our local landfills need TLC too. PACE workers keep our landfills looking good
by cleaning up the litter that blows around the sites.
Employer: Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen

Park Ambassador
Skaha Bluffs is a popular recreational area in Penticton, and our worker
provide park ambassador service that includes greeting park guests, providing
park information and watching over the parking lot.
Employer: Skaha Bluffs Park Watch Society