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More than 93% of Edmonton, Alberta’s nearly 880,000 residents recycle, keeping 60% of waste out of the landfills. But that wasn’t good enough for this...

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Velan Announces an Expansion of its Montreal Facilities

Velan Inc. announced an important expansion of its three Montreal plants in Saint-Laurent, which will include additional plant facilities, machinery, and equipment to increase capacity, improve productivity and enhance the Company's R&D capabilities. The total cost of this project will be approximately $25 million over the next three years.

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