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Laval, August 24, 2018. - Technologies Ecofixe, a Laval-based company that designs biological wastewater treatment systems, is proud to announce that it will be carrying out an international climate cooperation project in Morocco, thanks to a grant from the government of Quebec totaling $934,520, from the Green Fund as part of the 2013-2020 Climate Change Action Plan. Focused on increasing capacities, technology transfers, and raising public awareness about climate change, this project will help increase the resilience of Moroccan communities faced with the issues of water healthiness and climate change.
Technologies Ecofixe is proud to announce that it has successfully completed the B Corp® Certification process.
It is the first Canadian water treatment firm to obtain this certification. Currently, over 2,200 companies are B Corp certified, representing 130 different industries in over 50 countries. Companies that all have the goal of being leaders in their field and to compete, not just to be the best in the world, but to be the best for the world.
Quebec government awards grant to two Canadian companies for ground-breaking water treatment project in West African nation of Benin
SEPTEMBER 7, 2017
MONTREAL – In announcing the $771,715 grant, David Heurtel, Minister of Sustainable Development, the Environment and the Fight Against Climate Change, lauded Umalia Inc. and Technologies Ecofixe Inc. – as well as their project partners – for putting their “creativity and expertise” towards helping the world in the battle against climate change.