Satellite technology firm Telesat and water treatment and remediation company BluMetric will bring new tech to market alongside two Israeli counterparts through the Canada-Israel Industrial Research…
Industry veteran Scott MacFabe says Ottawa wastewater treatment company poised to shed status as ‘one of the best-kept secrets’ in cleantech
Revenue for the Ottawa cleantech firm was $7.6 million for the three months ended Dec. 31, 2017, compared to $8.3 million over the same period last year.
Former CEO Roger Woeller announced departure plans last year after helping to turn around water and wastewater treatment technology firm.
New head of clean-tech firm replaces the outgoing Roger Woeller, who will remain on the board of directors
The change orders include a pilot study for a permeable reactive barrier that can treat contaminated water.
An Ottawa clean-tech firm has secured a million-dollar deal for mine-water treatment at a remote site in Northern Quebec.
Clean-tech company posts quarterly revenues of $7.4M.
During the first six months of its current fiscal year, BluMetric recorded $15.4 million in domestic sales, compared to only $120,000 in international markets outside the United States.
When BluMetric was down, its board of directors turned to company man Roger Woeller to right the ship.