July 01, 2019

“Here's to the putrid #GarbageShip!” Keean takes the celebration to the streets

Keean BexteRebel Contributor

For the past 6 years, the people of the Philippines have been waiting to return tonnes of made-in-Canada garbage that a now defunct Canuck company sent overseas all those years ago.

In a long embarrassing diplomatic dispute, Canada eventually agreed to pay over a million dollars in shipping costs to repatriate the decaying refuse.

In light of this, President Duterte of the Philippines suggested that Canadians should “host a grand reception,” and that's exactly what we did!

Thanks to your support of GarbageShip.com, we've been able to follow this story from the Philippines back to the trash's final destination at the Metro Vancouver Incinerator in Burnaby. Thank you!

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commented 2019-07-02 20:01:47 -0400
Billy Howard—-Don’t believe everything you read.
In my part of BC there is a insulation manufacturer. It is supposed to be state of the art technology and you can see the Pollution come out of the chimney, even on cloudy days. Worse yet, you can smell the shit when the wind blows East-West.
commented 2019-07-02 18:29:10 -0400
pardon me….Keean (too tired to type and I’m not even drinking champagne!)
commented 2019-07-02 18:28:01 -0400
Good one Keane!
commented 2019-07-02 04:25:52 -0400
I would like to know who owned this now defunct enviro -company that sent the garbage , who funded it and where the money went,and if there are ties to left wing politicians
commented 2019-07-01 20:56:58 -0400
You discredit the Rebel when you fear-monger the cadmium/lead/zinc going into the atmosphere and being inhaled by Burnaby residents. The hi-tech incineration process renders any exposure to toxic substances as minimal to non-existent. It would be more toxic to put the garbage in a landfill where the contaminates will leech out into the environment via the heavy west coast rains.
commented 2019-07-01 18:52:21 -0400
No problem it is just tax payers mony sending all this garbage on a little cruise before it gets torched. We can afford it…Cant we?
commented 2019-07-01 16:27:07 -0400
The amount of BS fed to Canadians by our masters and the number of Canadians who willingly buy into the BS is…staggering.

PROOF: Recycling is a scam — These Canadian cities throw it into landfills