Canada Invests in Indigenous Clean Technology

Monday, July 15, 2019
Author: 
Natural Resources Canada

Carbonix, a Canadian Indigenous technology company, is partnering with Trent University and SGS Lakefield to scale up a project that produces tailored activated carbons from sustainably sourced feedstocks, like petroleum coke and wood waste, and uses them to capture contaminants from industrial waste streams and mine tailings. This project aims to accelerate the return of the water used during extraction processes back to the environment and accelerate land restoration.

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