Our new facility supports the development and demonstration of new and improved methods for processing minerals such as potash, oil sands and oil shale, uranium and rare earth minerals.
More than 100 SRC employees helped clean up the shorelines in Saskatoon and Regina. In total, we collected 675.835 kg of garbage and recycling, keeping it out of our water systems.
For over 65 years, our world renowned experts and laboratories have served major industries, such as agriculture and biotechnology, energy, environment and mining.
Did you know that cows’ manure can be used for more than fertilizer on a field? SRC, along with the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum and the Canadian Gas Association, are unveilling a new biodig
SRC is one of two Saskatchewan-based companies that has been listed in Corporate Knights' The Future 40 Responsible Corporate Leaders in Canada. The Future 40 recognizes Canadian companies with $2-bi
SRC is pleased to provide the following update on Project CLEANS – the cleanup of 35 abandoned uranium mine and mill sites in northern Saskatchewan.
The Minister of Environment (Government of
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