Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Tag: cleantech

SDTC Invests in “Game-Changing” Clean Technologies

Navdeep Bains—minister of innovation, science, and industry— announced that Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) is investing $46.3 million in 14 cleantech companies across Canada. “The projects...

Endress+Hauser Launches New Sensor for Measuring Free Chlorine

Endress+Hauser has launched the Memosens CCS51D sensor for free chlorine. According to the company, the sensor provides high precision measured values, even at low...

GWRC Offers Testing for Ballast Water Treatment Technologies

The Great Waters Research Collaborative (GWRC) is currently seeking applications from developers of novel technologies for ballast water treatment or rapid analysis. The goal of...

How We Transport Water in Our Bodies Inspires New Water Filtration...

A multidisciplinary group of engineers and scientists has discovered a new method for water filtration that may have implications for a variety of technologies,...

Innovyze Acquires Ontario-based Emagin

Innovyze, a company that provides water infrastructure data analytics software, announced that it acquired Emagin, the creator of a software that uses machine learning...

The Atmospheric Fund Invests $1 Million in Algae-Based Pollution Control

The Atmospheric Fund (TAF) has invested $1 million to clean up municipal and industrial wastewater in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. The solution...

Maike Althaus Joins OCTIA as Acting Executive Director

Maike Althaus has joined the Ontario Clean Technology Industry Association (OCTIA) as the acting executive director. “On behalf of OCTIA's Board of Directors, I'm pleased...

Royal Bank of Canada Launches RBC Tech for Nature

The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) has launched RBC Tech for Nature, a new initiative that will work towards addressing and solving shared environmental...

Supercluster Signs $4.65 Million Agreement for Fresh Water Data Commons Project

A new Digital Technology Supercluster has signed a Master Project Agreement to proceed with the $4.65 million Fresh Water Data Commons (FWDC) Project. The...

Acuva Technologies Launches Next-Generation Water Purification System

Acuva Technologies Inc.—a company based in B.C. that designs, manufactures, and integrates UV-LED drinking water purification systems—recently announced two new additions to its growing...

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