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GFL Insider Trading (GFL Environmental)

Insider Ownership Percentage: N/A
Insider Buying (Last 12 Months): C$372,054.80
Insider Selling (Last 12 Months): C$0.00

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GFL Environmental Share Price & Price History

Current Price: C$36.74
Price Change: Price Increase of +0.36 (0.99%)
As of 08/10/2022 04:45 PM ET

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GFL Environmental Insider Trading History

Transaction DateInsider NameTitleBuy/SellNumber of SharesAverage Share PriceTotal TransactionShares Held After TransactionDetails
5/11/2022Arun NayarDirectorBuy10,000C$37.21C$372,054.8048,205
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SEC Filings (Institutional Ownership Changes) for GFL Environmental (TSE:GFL)

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GFL Environmental Inc. operates as a diversified environmental services company in Canada and the United States. The company offers non-hazardous solid waste management, infrastructure and soil remediation, and liquid waste management services. Its solid waste management business line includes the collection, transportation, transfer, recycling, and disposal of non-hazardous solid waste for municipal, residential, and commercial and industrial customers. The company's infrastructure and soil remediation business line provides remediation of contaminated soils, as well as complementary services, including civil, demolition, and excavation and shoring services. Its liquid waste management business collects, manages, transports, processes, and disposes of a range of industrial and commercial liquid wastes, as well as resells liquid waste products. The company was incorporated in 2007 and is headquartered in Vaughan, Canada.
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Today's Range

Now: C$36.74
Low: C$36.42
High: C$37.11

50 Day Range

MA: C$34.99
Low: C$32.00
High: C$40.34

52 Week Range

Now: C$36.74
Low: C$31.57
High: C$54.01

Volume

155,744 shs

Average Volume

339,505 shs

Market Capitalization

C$12.60 billion

P/E Ratio

N/A

Dividend Yield

0.17%

Beta

N/A

Who are the company insiders with the largest holdings of GFL Environmental?

GFL Environmental's top insider shareholders include:
  1. Arun Nayar (Director)
Learn More about top insider investors at GFL Environmental.
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Lithium may have grabbed the headlines as a key material in building electric vehicles (EVs). But so is copper. And copper's importance in the new green economy goes far beyond EVs. Copper is critical in building wind turbines and solar panels. It's key to power lines and upgrading the national grid. Analysts say we're facing a 10-million-ton shortfall if new copper mines are not found.
See How To Can Benefit From New Copper Discoveries