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Sustainable Development Technology Canada invests $3 million in enim

Sustainable Development Technology Canada invests $3 million in enim

The Government of Canada supports enim, a clean technology company developing solutions in response to climate change and waste management challenges.

This investment will support a growing Canadian clean technology company and help Canada reduce industrial waste and achieve crucial climate goals.

The Member of Parliament for Honoré-Mercier, Minister of Canadian Heritage, and Quebec Lieutenant, the Honorable Pablo Rodriguez, highlighted today a $3 million grant to ‘enim’ from Montreal, Quebec, through Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC). This support is part of a $68.2 million investment in 17 Canadian clean technology companies announced earlier this month by the Minister of Innovation, Science, and Industry, the Honorable François-Philippe Champagne.

This innovative clean technology company will build and operate a pilot facility for the hydrometallurgical extraction of metals embedded in printed circuit boards to reduce electronic waste and recycle its components.


To read the press release, please click on the link below.

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