Doing Well By Doing Good

We believe that doing the right thing is good for business. Most companies that do any philanthropic activity at all do it as an afterthought. At GreenScience, it is simply the way we operate. We do not compromise on running an efficient and profitable business, yet everything we do is done for maximum social, environmental and financial benefit.

Spreading the Wealth

Every employee at GreenScience is well compensated for her work. Everyone gets health benefits, free education courses, profit sharing… and every employee is a shareholder. Environmental stewardship is a team activity at GreenScience.

Everyone deserves a break

Through our ongoing partnerships with NGOs and charitable organizations, we employ youth at risk, immigrants and other people who have difficulty finding fulfilling and challenging jobs. We believe that the future of our society depends on it.

Yes, in my back yard!

The current NIMBY practice of hauling organic waste to landfills hundreds of kilomoters away is a waste of fuel, time and space. We deal with everything we collect in a small clean facility within a five kilometer radius of its source. Not that you’d notice, it doesn’t smell. Maybe you’ll notice that there are fewer long-haul garbage trucks on the road.

Giving back

5% of our pre-tax profits are given back to the community though in-kind and cash donations. Simple, effective and our responsibility as a successful business.

Garbage isn’t

Garbage isn’t garbage. It’s a resource. We waste our waste. Everything we collect is worm food which converted into just one thing: the most fertile, hydrophyllic and natural soil amendment on the planet, namely worm castings.

Walking the walk

Everything we do in our daily operations is done in an environmentally sensible way. We don’t have disposable cups by our coffee machine. We print documents as rarely as possible, and when we must print, we don’t use virgin paper. And we’re the only company we know of that gives employees a mileage allowance for riding transit or a bike!

Put it back!

You’ve seen our video. If not, click here. We believe that the nutrients in the residuals we process belong back in the soil. And to show you, we install an urban farm adjacent to every OR2S factory we build. It is fertilized with our own worm castings, and grows local food and greenery right in the community. A small step in the right direction -towards food security.

Nothing to hide

If you’d like to see how we do things, contact us here and let’s make a date. Bring your friends, your City Councilor, your class, or your garden crazy mother in law. We’d love to see you.


Chairman & CEO

John has held management positions with several private and public companies, most recently, reWorks Inc. John has for a number of years been involved in promoting start-up ventures employing vermicasting technology. John graduated from Ryerson University as a Mechanical Technologist with an Aeronautic specialty.

CMO & Founding Director

Aladin, has over 10 years’ experience as a sought-after management consultant specializing in both the expansion of smaller businesses and the streamlining larger firms. Aladin holds a BSc (Hons) in Psychology from City University in London, England, where he also completed his post-graduate Diploma in Business Management & Administration.


Thomas has 20 years of sales and marketing experience with a focus in the food service industry. He is experienced in procurement of profitable business, senior level account penetration and client retention. Thomas is a graduate of Seneca College with a 3 year diploma in International Business.

Science & Technology

Arunav has 15 years of continuous advancement and expertise in waste management technical applications, products, R&D engineering with experience in both anaerobic and aerobic digestion processes. Arunav has a Master’s Degree in Engineering with specialty in Public Health Engineering.

Advisor, Finance
Mark has over 17 years’ experience as a management consultant along with a quarter century of entrepreneurial experience. Mark has an MBA degree from the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University, a Diploma in Business Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University, and a BA in Economics from the University of Western Ontario.

Vice President, CSR & Community Engagement

Darryl graduated from McGill and Guelph with a focus on Resources Planning and Management. He has worked in the public, private and charitable sectors; work that has taken him to every province and territory in this country as well as internationally.


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Investment opportunities exist in several business areas of GreenScience and in a wide range of  geographic locations.  We would be pleased to discuss these opportunities with you. Please contact our Chair, John Ashbee, directly at