Edmonton, Canada, May 15, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- In response to the ravaging wildfires in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Green Circle Salons, in collaboration with Salon Magazine and Fabric Depot, is announcing the donation of 100 pet beds, made entirely of locally reclaimed materials, to pets that have been victimized by this local disaster.
Using hair clippings collected from GCS Certified Salons and excess material donated by local Alberta fabric retailer, Fabric Depot, the GCS team has been working endlessly sewing and stuffing the emergency pet beds for the thousands of pets affected by the Fort McMurray Fire.
Being a team of animal lovers, Green Circle Salons understands that to the residents of Fort McMurray these pets are best friends and family members. With this in mind, they wanted to do what they can to make a difference and provide some well-deserved care and comfort to the people and animals affected by this traumatic event.
As owners and their furry friends begin to reunite through ongoing animal rescue missions, these beds will be distributed free of charge by the Edmonton Humane Society located at 13620 - 163 Street NW Edmonton, Alberta T5V 0B2.
About Green Circle Salons
Green Circle Salons is a movement to help the salon industry reduce its environmental footprint and provide options for consumers seeking genuine green options in salon care. Since its inception in 2009, GCS has been building a network of certified salons and providing them with a comprehensive pathway to green solutions including recycling, and the repurposing of hair for the manufacturing of oil spill booms (in partnership with BC Corrections and the Alouette Correctional Centre for Women), emergency bedding (used in Haiti following the 2010 earthquake), and other ongoing sustainable research applications.
Today, GCS diverts waste from landfill spaces in every Canadian province and 45 states in the US and has the capacity to service every zip and postal code in North America. GCS works with a growing list of leading green and industry partners to come up with innovative green solutions and is committed to giving back 5% of pre‐tax profits to local and international organizations to support programs for creative environmental impact and positive change. Find out more at www.greencirclesalons.ca.
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Shane Price, CEO, Founder
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