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The perfect location for your next bioeconomy site
Existing bioresource operations
Existing bioresource operations generate by-products and waste that can become feedstocks for bioeconomy projects, creating additional value and promoting a circular bioeconomy.
Feedstocks can include byproducts and underutilized materials from forestry, agriculture, oceans, and municipal solid waste industries.
Bioprocessing facilities use novel techniques to convert local raw materials into a variety of both traditional and new, innovative products.
Bioproducts are sustainable, low-carbon innovative products produced using renewable natural resources from municipal waste streams, agriculture, forestry, and ocean sectors.
Closing the loop
Some bioproducts are compostable and contribute to future growth, and others can be collected and diverted from landfills for reprocessing and reuse.
Why a bioeconomy in Nova Scotia?
Nova Scotia’s bioeconomy is an interconnected, circular economy which uses and re-uses renewable natural resources and waste streams to create innovative value-added products.
The bioeconomy sector in Nova Scotia is booming. A wide network of support organizations, sustainable, reliable, and affordable feedstocks, and state-of-the-art infrastructure are all available throughout the province. Learn more about what Nova Scotia has to offer.
We’re in the right place
With bioeconomy firms operating from coast to coast, your next partnership could be just around the corner!
Harbourside Commercial Park
Heavy industrial and commercial park
Port Mersey Commercial Park
Industrial and commercial park
Port Hawkesbury Paper
Wood processing mill
Kaizer Meadows Industrial Park (and Sustane Chester)
Industrial park and recycling facility
Port of Sheet Harbour
Port and woodchip facility
Wood pellet manufacturing