The SARC Annual Report
The SARC/SARCAN Annual Report shares highlights from across our three divisions, SARC, SARCAN, and Finance.
The public portion of SARC’s Canada’s Registered Charity Information Return (T3010), including compensation, can be accessed through the Canada Revenue Agency.
The 2021-2022 SARC Annual Report
2021 signalled growth and change
In this report, you’ll find updates on how SARC continued to provide excellent support to SARC Members through education and training, facility planning, and HR/LR consultant services; how the SETI projects helped a record number of people achieve employment in 2021.
You’ll also read about SARCAN crushing their previous record of the number of containers recycled in the fiscal year, about multiple facility upgrades, and a huge advertising campaign that increased general awareness of what SARCAN does and what can be recycled in the province.
While 2021 was an incredibly challenging year in so many ways, SARC and SARCAN Recycling continued to work hard for the people of Saskatchewan.
The 2020-2021 SARC Annual Report
2020 was a year of impact and change for SARC
2020 changed the way many organizations, including SARC, operated. SARC, SARCAN, and SARC Members all adjusted to unprecedented challenges and learned what it’s like to truly pivot.
Over the last year, SARC Members were called upon to collaborate and work together in new and various ways. Organizations upheld their commitment to providing exceptional supports during a pandemic and continue to prove why this sector is so truly special.
In March 2020, SARCAN made the difficult but appropriate decision to temporarily shut down all 72 SARCAN depots and 2 processing plants. Upon reopening, SARCAN worked through various challenges related to operating a large system through a global pandemic.
The 2019-2020 Annual Report
2019 saw new initiatives undertaken
In this report, you’ll read stories about numerous education and training initiatives from our Member Services division, including the expansion of the COMPASS Training Package, and a number of new training programs.
For the SARCAN division, we invested in communication technology, recycling compacting, and lifting and counting equipment, to help us further reduce our carbon footprint while increasing efficiency in the SARCAN depots and processing plants.
At the end of the 2019-2020 fiscal year, announcements from the World Health Organization reached us regarding the novel coronavirus that was spreading quickly throughout the world.