Carbon Lock Technologies hopes to recycle carbon from food waste into farm fields.
A local company’s plan to turn food waste into stable biocarbon, which can then be used as a soil additive, has earned them eight months of federal support.
Carbon Lock Technologies was one of 18 companies, and the only Manitoba business, to be named a semi-finalist in the novel technologies stream of the federal government’s Food Waste Reduction Challenge.
Why it matters: A select handful of businesses are getting federal support to bring food-saving technologies from concept to commercial production.
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