Those conditions of approval specify the types of raw material the company can bring in and process. The company must also develop and follow plans to monitor air quality, groundwater, noise levels and the effects of flaring and lighting on birds as well as create a map of species at risk in the project area. The company must also create a contingency plan for accidents. All of the conditions must be met before the company can apply for the industrial approval necessary for operations startup.
When fully operational, the plant
will produce both synthetic kerosene for onsite use, and about 9,000 lpd of synthetic diesel which will be sold. (Source: Sustane Technologies, CBC, 25 Aug., 2018)
Contact: Sustane Technologies, Peter Vinall, CEO, (902) 200-1642, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.sustane.co
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This project is also being funded through Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC), which works with Canadian companies to bring early-stage clean technologies to market. (Source: Sustane Technologies, SDTC, WMW, 28 July, 2017) Contact: SDTC,
Leah Lawrence, President and CEO, (613) 234 6313, www.sdtc.ca; Sustane Technologies, Peter Vinall, CEO, (902) 200-1642, email@example.com, www.sustane.co
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