“We are thrilled to have access to the infrastructure and expertise at XRCC, which allows us to take our technology development to a whole new level,”said Rui Resendes, executive director of GreenCentre Canada, in a statement on October 1, 2014. “We are now able to significantly expand our ability to serve our clients and stakeholders in advancing game-changing green chemistry technologies for industrial uptake.”
The GCC is able to carry on research and development work in its 10,000 square foot facility which houses analytical equipment, inert atmosphere glove boxes, and wet labs with solvent-handling systems. However, GCC was limited by the scale of its facility until this partnership with the Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC).
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