An Ottawa clean-tech firm has secured a million-dollar deal for mine-water treatment at a remote site in Northern Quebec.
When BluMetric was down, its board of directors turned to company man Roger Woeller to right the ship.
A month after announcing it had recorded its second consecutive annual profit, Ottawa clean-tech firm BluMetric had more good news for investors this week.
Some two years ago, executives at Ottawa-based clean-tech firm BluMetric set a straightforward goal: Return to profitability.
Ottawa clean-tech firm BluMetric (TSX-V: BLM) says it has won another contract in Ontario’s mining sector to monitor water quality and prevent contamination.
Ottawa-based BluMetric Environmental is meeting its main goals of sustainable and profitable growth, CEO Roger Woeller said after the cleantech firm released 2016 first-quarter results late
Ottawa cleantech firm BluMetric Environmental was profitable in all four quarters of its fiscal 2015, CEO Roger Woeller said late Thursday.
Ottawa cleantech company BluMetric announced Thursday it had won two contracts worth more than $8.3 million.
Ottawa’s BluMetric’s commitment to controlling costs, building sales and improving efficiencies paid off with encouraging third-quarter results, the cleantech company’s CEO, Roger Woeller, said Mon
Ottawa-based BluMetric’s steady 2015 first-quarter results are beginning to show why the clean-tech company was formed in a reverse takeover three years ago, according to CEO Roger Woeller.