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GreenCentre Canada Accepting Applications for RISE (Raising Innovative and Sustainable Enterprises) Program to Assist Early Stage Chemistry and Advanced Materials Companies

Through the RISE Program, GreenCentre will work with innovators and entrepreneurs developing sustainable chemical and advanced materials technologies in areas including (but not limited to) energy and fuels, CleanTech, electronics, advanced materials, and fine chemicals.  The successful applicants to this competitive program will receive a project with access to GreenCentre’s full suite of services at no cost or equity […]

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Fresh funds for fresh water

Water purification technology which started in a Queen’s laboratory is one step closer to commercial reality. Below is an excerpt from this article: https://www.queensu.ca/gazette/stories/fresh-funds-fresh-water With GCC’s aid, Dr. Jessop’s technology was shown to be highly effective at remove clean water from waste streams and water containing massive amounts of contaminating salts. This was achieved through

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Bioindustrial Innovation Canada and GreenCentre Canada announce private investment in Forward Water Technologies

SARNIA, MISSISSAUGA & KINGSTON, ONT – Bioindustrial Innovation Canada (BIC), Forward Water Technologies (FWT) and GreenCentre Canada (GCC) are thrilled to jointly announce a private investment into Forward Water Technologies supporting the commercial scale-up of a proprietary forward osmosis technology that holds the potential to alleviate the increasing global demand for fresh water, and substantially

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TheWhig.com – BRIEFS – Kingston Whig Standard – Program targets labs’ sustainability

While many labs chase the next big breakthrough, a local company will be helping them do so sustainably. GreenCentre Canada, located at Innovation Park, is introducing a new service called GreenLab Assessment Program, which ultimately aims to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions and waste from labs. (An ultra-low temperature freezer, for example, drains as much

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