The actors of the Lower Laurentians are proud of the subsidies granted by Canada Economic Development and RECYC-Québec for the industrial symbiosis project, initiated over a year ago by the CAE Rive-Nord, the SADC des Laurentides and the SADC d’Antoine-Labelle.
Among other things, the project consists of creating links between businesses in the Lower Laurentians, so that waste for some can become raw material for others, thus creating a circular economy. This is, in particular, in the context of sustainable development but also at the economic level, since depletion of natural resources, and increased energy costs are major issues for the region.
The CAE wishes to thank its partners for contributing to the success of this project, and underlines the unwavering support of its administrators. Thanks to them, this is becoming possible…
Present on the picture are from left to right:
Luc Jalbert, Contractor and Director of CAE Rive-Nord; Olivier Marotte, Associate, Marotte CPA and Director of CAE Rive-Nord; Marie-Aube Simon, Business Adviser, Cégep de St-Jérôme; David Graham, MP for Laurentides-Labelle; Amélie Morel, Economic Development Officer, MRC of Thérèse-de-Blainville; Marie-Claude Lavoie, Assistant Business Development, CAE Rive-Nord; Karine Bourgeois, Industrial Symbiosis Coordinator, SEL; Étienne Angers, Development Agent, RECYC-Québec; Lyne Constantineau, Economic Development Consultant, IDÉ St-Eustache; Renée Courchesne, Director General, CAE Rive-Nord; Karim Elfilali, Economic Development Officer, Mirabel économique; Karen Dixon, Economic Development Commissioner, MRC d’Argenteuil (not pictured)
Source : Marie-Claude Lavoie, Assistant of Business Development / CAE Rive-Nord, 450 437-0999, poste 224, email@example.com
About CAE Rive-Nord
For over 30 years now, CAE Rive-Nord has developed the North Shore’s economy by helping its industries grow and prosper through special financing and consulting services.
CAE Rive-Nord makes one promise to entrepreneurs: to help increase their revenues!