Members of the Innovation Cluster community are invited to attend the grand opening of the Noble Purification Inc. bio-filtration plant in Peterborough on Tuesday, September 01, 2015.
Noble Purification is a Peterborough-based start-up company and a founder client of the Innovation Cluster’s “The Cube” technology incubator program. (Listen to Noble Purification discuss The Cube on CHEXDaily: http://bit.ly/1OcJCUf )
This will be a unique opportunity to witness the launch of a new bio-filtration pilot plant and to see its state-of the-art water purification equipment.
The event will be led by Adam Noble, CEO of Noble Purification Inc., who, together with his team, has developed national and international award-winning filtration processes for converting algae blooms into feedstock for biofuels, while purifying wastewater.
Where: 3993 County Road 32 (Douro/Dummer Twp). Directions: County Road 32, 5 kilometres north of Trent University, off River Road.
When: Sept. 1, 2015 4:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Contact: Adam Noble, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Martin Yuill, president and CEO, GPIC, cell 705-875-8188 email: email@example.com
About Noble Purification
Noble Purification Inc.‘s Euglena BioFiltration System® is a simple concept inspired by nature. The idea derives from algae blooms and their ability to extract nearly all nutrients from their surroundings. They took this one step further to employ a very unique alga that can be tricked into absorbing minerals, heavy metals and other pollutants from the environment. Though algae blooms wreak havoc on our ecosystems, they have applied the same philosophy for positive results.
For further information, see: The Canadian Chemical News article, “Algae show a taste for pollutants like heavy metals“, which highlights Noble’s technology for waste water management.
About “The Cube”
The Innovation Cluster’s incubation program – known as “The Cube” – provides support to a number of technologically advanced, innovative start-up companies – both physically and virtually.
Over and above supporting clients with access to funding and investment; value-adding business support services; and expert advice, guidance and mentorship, the Cluster also works to support the development of a start-up community and entrepreneurial culture across the Peterborough region.
This takes many shapes: from information-rich breakfast sessions; to networking events; to sessions dedicated to better understanding funding opportunities for new entrepreneurs and early-stage companies; to entrepreneurial coaching for student entrepreneurs; to accessible programming for both aspiring and successful entrepreneurs across our community.
These are all designed to assist entrepreneurs evaluate their ideas, jump-start their businesses, and lay the foundations for future growth.
The Cluster also partners with academia and industry to provide support to Peterborough’s start-up technology companies by helping them take their innovative ideas and processes to market faster, and to foster an economy fueled by innovation-led entrepreneurship.