Clearford Water Systems
Kanata North’s business leaders say a new report that puts a dollar figure on the area’s economic impact should warrant a fresh look at infrastructure investment in the region
One of the highlights of Clearford's past quarter was a deal to provide wastewater treatment systems for Amazon’s new one-million-square-foot distribution facility in Ottawa
The warehouse requires its own wastewater treatment facility because of its distance from central Ottawa
Traditionally a provider of decentralized sewage systems, Clearford has started to sell a full suite of water and wastewater solutions to municipalities and private developers – much like a utilities…
Purchase of southwestern Ontario utility marks Clearford’s second acquisition in the past year.
“What we wanted to do was give them a glimpse of the opportunities that exist in Ottawa."
CEO remains confident in clean-tech firm's plans to bring services in-house and consolidate the North American water management industry.
Clearford is engaging in a new business strategy that would see the firm offer a full suite of water and wastewater solutions to municipalities and private developers, much like a utilities operator.
To navigate the complicated purchase, Clearford called upon the dedicated team of business lawyers at Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall LLP/s.r.l.
Local firm is also working with infrastructure arm of Indian conglomerate Tata Group to identify new projects