Projects & Reports

MEIA Annual Reports

2022 Annual Report

2022 Financial Statements

2021 Annual Report

2020 Annual Report

2019 Annual Report

Labour Market Reports – MEIA & ECO Canada

Manitoba Green Workforce Comparative Analysis

This document examines available green Labour Market Information (LMI) literature to evaluate and compare definitions, scope, methodology and results across publications

2021 Renewable Industry Survey

In the early spring of 2021, MEIA commissioned DLF Consulting to issue a study and corresponding report on Manitoba’s Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Industry (REI). The purpose of the report was to identify opportunities for training and workforce development while creating recommendations that respond appropriately to the demands of a rapidly growing sector; made possible through the dissemination of a digital survey to over 500 individuals and organizations currently working within the REI.

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Manitoba New Home Construction Waste Diversion Study – Phase 2 Operational Pilot

Manitoba Environmental Industries Association (MEIA) engaged StrategyMakers Consulting Inc. to complete an analysis and operational pilot study towards assisting Manitoba home builders to increase diversion of construction waste from landfill. The project, which is funded by Manitoba Sustainable Development and has received the support of the Manitoba Home
Builders Association (MHBA), was completed in two phases:
– Phase 1 – Baseline analysis and pre-feasibility study (Fall 2016 to Fall 2017)
– Phase 2 – Operational pilot study (Fall 2017 to Fall 2018)
This report contains findings from Phase 2 – Operational Pilot Study which involved the collection, sorting and delivery of waste and recyclable/divertible materials from four new residential homes constructed in southwest Winnipeg between October 2017 and May 2018. The operational pilot was fully completed in July 2018.

Funding for this study was provided by Green Manitoba, a special operating agency of the Province of Manitoba.

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