Our Mission: Rebuild Better

Our mission is to help build a more sustainable future by facilitating the recycling and reuse of construction waste. We aim to provide a comprehensive and efficient solution that enables contractors to divert their waste from landfills and repurpose it for future projects. Through innovative technology and industry expertise, we strive to reduce the environmental impact of construction and promote the circular economy. Our goal is to create a more efficient and responsible world that values the preservation of our planet's resources for future generations.

Jodi Scarlett


Jodi Scarlett has an impressive background including a B.Comm and MBA from the University of Calgary. She is renowned for her insight into business leadership, insurance, and the restoration industry in Canada. During her two-decade-long ownership and operation of a restoration contracting business, Scarlett earned widespread recognition. Her accolades include being named one of the W100 Top Female Entrepreneurs in Canada by Profit, Canadian Business, and Chatelaine magazine for three consecutive years, Alberta Venture's Fast Growth 50, and Chase Morgan's Women 2 Watch in 2021. Passionate about sustainability and team-building, Scarlett is poised to lead EcoClaim into a bright future.

Lance Pizzariello

Director, Sustainability

Lance is a Certified Sustainability Practitioner and holds an MSc with an emphasis on Sustainability, Contaminated Site Assessment, Remediation, and Program Design & Implementation from Royal Roads University. He specializes in providing consulting services to municipal, provincial, and federal government organizations, property management firms, developers, the insurance industry, as well as the natural resources sectors.

Matthew D'Alessandro

Lead Developer

Matthew is a versatile developer who is skilled in both front-end and back-end technologies. He has taken the lead in developing both the user interface and the server-side code and database for EcoClaim. On top of the web application, Matthew has been paramount in integrating AI into this project to provide stakeholders with automated insights.

Our Philosophy

Sustainable development is a concept that refers to meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. It involves balancing economic growth, social development, and environmental protection in a way that ensures the preservation of natural resources and promotes social equity. Sustainable development requires an integrated approach to address societal issues such as poverty, inequality, and environmental degradation, while creating opportunities for economic growth and human development. The goal of sustainable development is to create a world where people can live fulfilling lives within the limits of the planet's natural resources.

Environmental Sustainability

This imperative requires that human activities be conducted in a way that does not harm or degrade natural ecosystems. It means preserving biodiversity, protecting natural resources, and reducing our ecological footprint. This imperative recognizes that humans are a part of the natural world and that our survival depends on the health and resilience of ecological systems.

Social Responsibility

This imperative requires that human activities be conducted in a way that promotes social justice, equity, and well-being. It means ensuring that all people have access to basic needs like food, shelter, and healthcare, as well as opportunities for education, employment, and participation in decision-making processes. This imperative recognizes that sustainable development must benefit all people, not just a privileged few.

Economic Trust

This imperative requires that human activities be conducted in a way that promotes economic prosperity without compromising ecological or social sustainability. It means creating economic systems that are resilient, diversified, and equitable, and that support sustainable livelihoods and local communities. This imperative recognizes that economic growth must be balanced with social and ecological well-being, and that sustainable development requires a shift away from unsustainable patterns of consumption and production.