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Bioindustrial Innovation Canada Welcomes Emma Kennedy

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SARNIA, ONTARIO - Bioindustrial Innovation Canada (BIC) is a nationally focused not-for-profit business accelerator that provides critical strategic investment, advice and services to business developers of clean, green and sustainable technologies. In 2015, BIC established the Centre for Commercialization of Sustainable Chemistry Innovation (COMM SCI) initiative, which acts as a hub for the commercialization of sustainable chemistry and bio-based innovation.


With a recent contribution from the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario), BIC has developed the Ontario Bioindustrial Innovation Network (OBIN). OBIN will continue to support the growth of the Hybrid Chemistry Cluster in Sarnia-Lambton and to enable to launch a new Sustainable Chemistry Cluster in the Eastern Ontario St. Lawrence Corridor region centred around Brockville and Maitland.


BIC welcomes Emma Kennedy as an Engineer-In-Training.


Emma will be working on one of BIC’s COMM SCI projects, Imtex Membranes Corporation out of Mississauga. Emma will be working with Imtex as they work to build a demonstration plant in Sarnia-Lambton. She is currently working out of their pilot plant facility in Mississauga and is on track to move to Sarnia full time this December.


Emma holds a B.A.Sc. in Nanotechnology Engineering from the University of Waterloo. Her studies, completed in 2020, covered topics in materials, chemical, and electrical engineering, as well as innovative applications using nanotechnology. Through her co-op terms, Emma has held various engineering roles in the specialty chemicals and oil and gas industries in southern Ontario, including two work terms in Sarnia-Lambton. “I am excited to have this role with BIC and return to Sarnia-Lambton,” says Emma. “It’s an excellent opportunity to work with promising new technologies with a strong sustainability focus. I look forward to combining my knowledge from my co-op roles and my education to bring ideas and support to BIC and Imtex.” For more information please contact: Julia Struyf Marketing and Communications Manager Bioindustrial Innovation Canada Email: [email protected] Tel: 1.226.778.0020 ext. 249

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Emma Kennedy Engineer-In-Training

Bioindustrial Innovation Canada

Email: [email protected]

Tel: 1.226.778.0020


About Bioindustrial Innovation Canada

Creating jobs and economic value sustainably for Canada is the vision driven by Bioindustrial Innovation Canada (BIC). BIC is a not-for-profit business accelerator for sustainable chemistry, who has created a successful foundation to support two emerging hybrid chemistry clusters. With a recent contribution from the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario), BIC has developed the Ontario Bioindustrial Innovation Network (OBIN). OBIN will continue to support the growth of the Hybrid Chemistry Cluster in Sarnia-Lambton and to launch a new Sustainable Chemistry Cluster in the Eastern Ontario St. Lawrence Corridor region centred around Brockville and Maitland. BIC further focuses on critical strategic capital investment in SME’s with compelling business plans where innovation in science and engineering can bring about major advances in sustainable chemistry. Sustainable chemistry is playing an important role in the development of solutions to the impacts of climate change, peak oil, energy security, the need for safe water, and the use of scarce natural resources. The increasing global demand for green and safer products offers the opportunity to create thousands of new jobs for Canadians. BIC’s proven approach for clean, green and sustainable chemistry-based companies offers an ideal platform for the investment necessary to advance hybrid chemistry value chains, providing not only regional economic development and job benefits, but access to global markets

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Bioindustrial Innovation Canada
1086 Modeland Road, Sarnia, ONT, Canada, N7S 6L2

Email: [email protected] 

Tel: 1.226.778.0020

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