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FortisBC Renewable Natural Gas Leader program

We’re proud to be the first utility in North America to provide Renewable Natural Gas.1 We developed this program in 2011 in response to customers who were seeking a carbon-neutral fuel option, and these customers continue to support the Renewable Natural Gas program and help us make a difference.

Featured FortisBC Renewable Natural Gas Leader


Tigh-Na-Mara Seaside Spa Resort & Conference Centre 

“Making sustainable choices is very important to us… and when a business chooses to use carbon neutral energy that’s made in BC, customers appreciate that.”

Paul Drummond, General Manager, Tigh-Na-Mara

 

 FortisBC Renewable Natural Gas Leaders

 
Accommodations & resorts

​Organization: Grand Villa Casino Hotel & Conference Centre
Member since: July 2014

 



​Organization: Tigh-Na-Mara Seaside Spa Resort & Conference Centre
Member since: December 2016

 


Associations

​Organization: City of Richmond
Member since: December 1, 2012  

 

 

Organization: Roberts Creek Community Association
Member since: February 1, 2016  

 

 

Organization: Stirling House Inc.
Member since: January 1, 2013  

 

 

Organization: The Bridge Community Church
Member since: November 2013

 

 

Automotive

​Organization: ABC Autobody Ltd
Member since: October 2013

 

 

​Organization: Tallon Finishing Systems
Member since: August 2013

 

 

​Organization: The Max Tire Centre Ltd.
Member since: February 2014

 

 

Commercial & industrial

​Organization: Amex Doors and Moulding Ltd
Member since: February 2013

 

 

​Organization: Canadian Mattress Recycling Inc.
Member since: December 2015

 

 

​Organization: Correct Solutions Inc.
Member since: March 2014

 

 

​Organization: Dankor Industries Ltd.
Member since: May 2014

 

 

​Organization: Etalim Inc.
Member since: October 2012

 

 

​Organization: Fairview Fittings and Mfg. Ltd.
Member since: May 2012

 

 

​Organization: Glass House
Member since: October 2015

 

 

​Organization: Glenco Electric Ltd
Member since: July 2012

 

 

​Organization: Greenlane Biogas
Member since: June 2013

 

 

Commercial production

​Organization: CH Pro Chemical Inc. 
Member since: July 2017

 

 

​Organization: Chilliwack Hop Farms Ltd. 
Member since: August 2017

 

 

​Organization: Newway Concrete Ltd.
Member since: December 2012

 

 

Financial & investment

​Organization: Fs Financial Strategies Inc.
Member since: October 2014

 

 

​Organization: GWL Realty Advisors
Member since: August 2014

 

 

​Organization: Ivanhoe Cambridge II Inc.
Member since: June 2015

 

 

​Organization: M.H.M. Investments and Trading Ltd
Member since: January 2015

 

 

Food & beverages

​Organization: A&W Food Services of Canada Inc. (head office)
Member since: January 2016

 

 

​Organization: Aroma Bake House Inc.
Member since: July 2014

 

 

​Organization: Bakercorp Canada
Member since: November 2013

 

 

​Organization: Canadian Pizza Plus
Member since: October 2013

 

 

​Organization: Chambar Belgian Restaurant
Member since: January 2017 

 

 

​Organization: Choices Markets
Member since: November 2016

 

 

​Organization: Dosanko Restaurant Inc.
Member since: July 2017

 

 

​Organization: Faculty Brewing Co.
Member since: December 2016

Faculty Brewing Co. opened in August 2016. It was created to be an open and collaborative environment where visitors can learn about and understand how craft beer is made. The brewery's co-founders, Mauricio Lozano and Alicia Medina, wanted to create an inclusive community space where their passion for brewing could be shared. With a focus on using quality, local ingredients and sustainable brewing practices, their brewing team has a quickly-growing rotating roster of beers which are available on tap in their tasting room as well as to take home in growlers. Their beers are numbered using a system based on the course numbering system used by universities and colleges, corresponding to the complexity of each beer's flavour profile.

 

​Organization: Fukuda Sushi Japanese Restaurant
Member since: March 2014

 

 

​Organization: Heppell's Potato Corporation
Member since: December 2013

 

 

​Organization: Ideal Work Shop LTD
Member since: October 2013

 

 

​Organization: India Bistro
Member since: December 2012

 

 

​Organization: Jace Holdings Ltd.
Member since: May 2012

 

 

​Organization: Kanngs Holdings Inc
Member since: March 2014

 

 

​Organization: R C Purdy Chocolate Ltd.
Member since: June 2016

“Signing up for renewable natural gas is really easy. You’re working with a trusted partner in FortisBC, and it’s not just benefiting your own company, it’s benefiting the community.” - Duncan Johnston, CFO 

 

​Organization: Scandilicious Foods
Member since: January 2013

 

 

​Organization: Stillhead Distillery Inc.
Member since: July 2017

 

 

​Organization: Summerhill Pyramid Winery
Member since: March 2012

 

 

​Organization: The Ethical Bean Coffee Co.
Member since: June 2012

 

 

​Organization: Toedam Enterprise Canada Inc.
Member since: March 2013

 

 

​Organization: Triple 8 Restaurant Ltd
Member since: August 2013

 

 

​Organization: Van Houtte Coffee Services Inc.
Member since: March 2012

As a customer of FortisBC for over 15 years, Van Houtte has participated in the company’s Spray ‘n Save program, which promotes energy efficiency at the water tap. So when Morten Schroder, VP of operations, was approached by FortisBC to sign Van Houtte up for renewable natural gas, it was a natural link for him.
 
Morten explains that Van Houtte is a company with an environmental conscience. “We have a number of programs in place to help protect the environment.” From simple habit-changing initiatives like turning off lights upon exiting a room, to bigger changes like replacing delivery vehicles with compact models, Van Houtte is attempting to shrink its carbon footprint one step at a time. With a keen eye towards minimizing waste and reusing resources wherever possible, Morten could see the like-minded values between Van Houtte and FortisBC. More than that, Morten felt compelled to do the right thing.
 
"We have a responsibility to the environment, a duty. We are always looking for ways to reduce our carbon footprint: [renewable natural gas] is just another way we’re doing that," In the short-term, Morten believes his customers will appreciate the effort. For the long-term, he expects it to be better for business. "We want to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. We can’t afford not to. In the end, it will benefit us all."

​Organization: Waka Sushi Japanese Restaurant
Member since: July 2017

 

 

Retail & services

​Organization: 7mesh Industries Incorp.
Member since: December 2013

 

 

​Organization: Amex Doors and Moulding Ltd
Member since: August 2017

 

 

​Organization: BC Redi-Rooter Ltd.
Member since: June 2017

 

 

​Organization: Beyond Paradise Day Spa and Nails Ltd.
Member since: December 2012

 

 

​Organization: Bryan Ward Photography Ltd.
Member since: September 2013

 

 

​Organization: Canada Ticket Inc.
Member since: October 2015

"With Canada Ticket having zero manufacturing waste going to landfill’s or down the drain and operating one of BC’s largest PV solar systems we were extremely excited to be able to add our Natural Gas consumption to the list of environmental and sustainability efforts.  We strongly believe that participating in a program such as this is necessary for companies such as FortisBC to move forward with developing and marketing renewable resources.“  -Wally Robins, CEO of Canada Ticket

 

​Organization: Coquitlam Art and Photo
Member since: August 2016

 

 

​Organization: CRS Commercial Carpet Maint.
Member since: March 2013

 

 

​Organization: Cuisine Talent Ent. Ltd.
Member since: November 2013

 

 

​Organization: Excel Packaging Ltd.
Member since: May 2013

 

 

​Organization: Found Solutions Group Ltd
Member since: August 2017

 

 

​Organization: Great Canadian Railtour Company Ltd
Member since: May 2016

 

 

​Organization: Hemlock Printers Ltd.
Member since: May 2012

"As a carbon neutral printer, we pay attention to the social and environmental impacts of our business. Through our purchase of FortisBC Renewable Natural Gas, we're able to take another step in reducing the carbon footprint of our print services, and we’re honoured to be a Green Leader." - Richard Kouwenhoven, Senior VP of Customer Service and Business Development. 

 

​Organization: Highangle Contracting Inc.
Member since: September 2014

 

 

​Organization: Jebsen Electronic Composition & Imaging Inc.
Member since: December 2012

 

 

​Organization: Langley Cheer Athletics Ltd.
Member since: August 2014

 

 

​Organization: Light Knights
Member since: November 2015

 

 

​Organization: Lush Manufacturing Ltd.
Member since: May 2017

 

 

​Organization: Metro Fine Printers Inc.
Member since: June 2012

"As an environmentally progressive printer, renewable natural gas fits in perfectly with our approach to sustainable business. And it supports our role as carbon neutral leader in our industry." - Nikos Kallas, President 

 

​Organization: MTR. Services Ltd.
Member since: June 2014

 

 

​Organization: Ruffled Rose design Inc.
Member since: May 2017

 

 

​Organization: Tower Fitness Equipment Services Inc.
Member since: December 2012

 

 

​Organization: Vanplus Industries Ltd.
Member since: May 2017

 

 

​Organization: Walas Concepts Inc
Member since: August 2017

 

 

Interested in becoming a FortisBC Renewable Natural Gas Leader?

All our Renewable Natural Gas business customers are eligible to join the FortisBC Renewable Natural Gas Leader program. Email renewablenaturalgas@fortisbc.com for more information.

 


1Renewable Natural Gas is produced in a different manner than conventional natural gas. It is derived from biogas, which is produced from decomposing organic waste from landfills, agricultural waste and wastewater from treatment facilities. The biogas is captured and cleaned to create carbon neutral Renewable Natural Gas (also called biomethane). 

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