Editor of PLANT, Canada’s largest industrial magazine dedicated to advancing Canadian manufacturing.
Cryogenic gas plant to commence operation in the Q1 of 2018.
There are 206 40-ft. heavy-duty transit buses remaining in Connecticut’s contract.
Confident in the Canadian economy and in the prospects for their own sectors.
Will serve advanced technology markets such as smart energy, industrial and healthtech.
Research suggests mass layoffs and other detrimental effects could be part of the fallout.
Company believes PFCs present no harm at the levels they are observed in Minnesota.
Federal Western Innovation Initiative funding will help turn the city’s garbage into energy.
Auto companies only halfway toward a Dec. 31 goal of 100% replacement of older and more dangerous inflators.
The 300,000 square-foot facility will serve three business units of the NFI Group in the US.
Trucks account for nearly a quarter of transportation-related greenhouse gas emissions in the US.
Lawsuit says facility in Crosby violated Texas environmental laws by releasing toxic chemicals during flooding and fires.
The latest sign of progress for a 192-mile cross-border project debated for years.
20 employees who service the US from the company’s facility in Sherbrooke, Que., will be affected.
Three prototypes to show carbon converted to methanol can serve as an eco-friendly fuel of the future.
The automaker’s goal is to sell 30,000 fuel-cell vehicles a year by about 2020.