Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Super Save Group - King Sized Dirty Turds - UPDATE II

"Maria Martini, Executive Director and Founder of the Food For Famine Society, receives a $100,000 donation from the Super Save Group (left to right: Phil and Sylvie Vandekerkhove), at the Food For Famine Society’s Corporate Breakfast, October 15, 2012, which was held in honour of World Food Day."

Bloody Damn Wonderful. When the cameras are around this enterprise is the greatest thing to humanity since Jesus. When they aren't this PoS will break every rule in the book. We call that massive large hypocrisy.

Put another way, the money this co saves by being a complete corporate chitbag is being used for tax deductions and PR purposes.

A review of Yelp reveals SIX reviews ... ALL highly negative.

"I would stay away from this company due to past experiences. "

"From the moment I started being a customer of Super Save, I was disappointed."

"Stay Away. Biggest mistake we ever made."

"I would highly recommend that no one use super-save disposal"

"I have same experience with Ryan M. Engaging with Super Save Disposal will give you bunch of headaches."

"In the end, I just don't want anyone else to go through the same experience as we did. I NEVER write reviews or complaints... but I really feel like I need to tell the world that super-save has horrendous service and I would never ever in my whole life do business with them again. I encourage other people who have had bad service with them to complain to the BBB as well as the ministry of consumer services."

"The Super Save Group of Companies prides itself on efficient service. Our goal is to ensure that our customers’ needs and expectations are consistently exceeded. We set high service standards for all our divisions. Our ability to sustain these high standards has enabled us to satisfy thousands of customers in a variety of industries since 1977. "

"One of B.C.’s top-earning companies has again been fined for illegally operating a garbage transfer station that government says sidesteps recycling regulations. Super Save Disposal Inc. was fined $70,000 by the courts in 2005 for operating without a permit in Surrey.

Earlier this month, it was fined $145,000 for the same offence at a different Surrey location.

According to an agreed statement of facts, the Super Save Group — parent of the disposal arm — was ranked 77th out of the top revenue-generating companies in B.C. in 2012, and is the fourth-largest commercial waste disposal operator in the province. In both cases, Metro Vancouver regional district had identified and warned the company that its transfer stations — which are delivery points for garbage sorting or compacting — was not licensed, according to the provincial court.

In the end of each case, the company decided to shut down the operation instead of applying for the proper regulation — which would have included a number of associated application, administration and disposal fees.

In the most recent case, the 19395 Langley Bypass site continued operating until August 2013, according to the statement of facts, despite being told of the violation in February 2012. According to Rasode, Surrey has also filed charges against Super Save for allegedly “ignoring zoning requirements” for a recycling depot at 19388 - 92nd Ave., despite repeated city notices.

The city’s regulations, she indicated, requires recycling depots to be inside a building, but the property at 92nd Avenue is a vacant site."
And our highly outraged opinion this time? This here complete PoS enterprise is managed by confirmed crooked retards who deserve to sit behind a set of iron bars instead of a desk for a while.

Regulatory fines SHOULD increase exponentially for a deliberate multiple offender and by rights this utter disgrace bloody well should be fined right OUT of so called "business". SCREW these horrid fukkin unethical chitbags. Grrrrrrrr.

General Inquiries:
Toll Free: 1-800-665-2800

Head Office:
19395 Langley Bypass, Surrey, BC V3S 6K1
P: (604) 533-4423 F: 1 (888) 808-0080 fax

Bernice Louie, Owner

Robert Vandekarkhove, Owner

Dave Pertelson, Owner