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Corporate Details
Exhibitor: BioRefinex Canada Inc.
Contact Name: Chris Thrall
Booth Number: 1205
Address: Suite 1000, 304 8th Avenue SW.,
Calgary, AB T2P 1C2
Website: http://www.biorefinex.com

Corporate Summary:

BioRefinex is commercializing its patented thermal hydrolysis technology starting with the Lacombe Biorefinery. This international demonstration and research facility will transform organic waste material into value-added nutrient and energy products while creating a sustainable solution by diverting landfill waste, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, destroying pathogens, and eliminating odours.

Key Geographic Markets
Experience in:      Canada, United States
Interest in: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, India, Japan, China, United Kingdom, Korea
Product Service Offerings
Climate Change, Hazardous Waste, Pollution Prevention Technologies, Renewable Energy, Research & Development, Resource Recovery & Recycling, Solid Waste Management
Business Development Objectives
Licensees, Raising Capital, Strategic Alliances, Joint Venture Partners
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