SRC built a demonstration biodigester for the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum in Ottawa. The biodigester will be used to demonstrate how manure can be turned into a renewable energy called biogas.
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.
SRC's 2013-14 Annual Report reflects a year of change at SRC and an exciting time to be part of an organization that continues to propel research and development forward. By staying focused on pract
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OTTAWA, April 28, 2014 – Today, the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum (CAFM) unveiled its newest addition: a biodigester provided by the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC).
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