Research Area

Clean technologies

Clean technologies are defined as technologies developed by scientists and engineers that enable a more efficient use of natural resources and greatly reduce the particular technology’s ecological impact. The concept of clean technologies embraces a broad range of products, services, and processes that provide superior performance at lower costs and significantly reduce or eliminate environmental ill-effects.

Clean technologies span many industries, from alternative forms of energy generation to water purification to materials-efficient production techniques.

Other Research

The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering also conducts research in these additional fields.

Partnerships

Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.EnPross Inc.
AirScience Corp.FP Innovations
Alcan Specialty AluminasImperial Oil
CANMET-Ottawa,NRCanIntellectual Ventures
CelluForceIOGEN Corporation
EcoSynthetix Inc.Omnova Solutions
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