Comox Strathcona Waste Management Service

 

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GAYLE BATES

CSWM Waste Reduction Educator

Gayle Bates

Gayle Bates has had the honour of being a part of the CSWM's waste reduction team, and the evolution of the ‘Power of R’ waste reduction education for several years.

Gayle brings a motivating enthusiasm to her waste reduction presentations to engage participants of all ages, including:

  • guest speaker for groups
    and organizations

  • classroom and home school presentations

  • community workshops

  • public events

As in integral part of Comox Strathcona's solid waste management plan all presentations and workshops are FREE of charge to the organization, group or school.

"Our goal", says Gayle, "is to empower our residents with the knowledge and understanding to make their best choices, for themselves and our shared future."

About Gayle Bates

Gayle Bates has had the honour of being a part of the CSWM's waste reduction team, and the evolution of the ‘Power of R’ waste reduction education for several years.

Gayle brings a motivating enthusiasm to her waste reduction presentations to engage participants of all ages.

Gayle was recognized for her work by the Recycling Council of British Columbia:

RCBC Award Gayle Bates

People who have seen Gayle's presentations have said:

"I have to say, Gayle’s presentation was first-rate – organized, lucid, thoroughly interesting, and clearly, from the number of people surrounding her during the break, of serious interest to many of our people. It was a pleasure indeed to hear her."
local service group speaker coordinator

"Passionate, relevant, applicable, great rapport, exciting, knowledgeable!
Grade 5 teacher

"This was a lively, high powered and very informative lesson. I liked the students making something to take home, as it makes a good starting point for talking about the ‘Power of R’ with parents. I appreciated the respectful way Gayle talked with the students."
Grade 1 teacher

"Gayle was an awesome presenter. She made it very interesting and spoke to all ages well, including all of the students by asking questions. I loved all the visual props."
Home school group

"Gayle connects with the students personally, thus including each individual. Very good choice of examples and stories to relate."
Grade 10 teacher

To book your presentation or workshop, please contact Gayle:

Email:
gebates@telus.net
or call 250-650-9533
Gayle Bates

 

 

 

 

CSWM News:
Waste reduction educator wins environmental award

 

In Focus Magazine
April & May 2012

The Power of Thought
Local program aims to get people to reduce, reuse, recycle and above all, re-think.