CIAC Plastics Division welcomes new members Aduro Clean Technologies, Hood Packaging
March 16, 2023
The Chemistry Industry Association of Canada (CIAC) Plastics Division is pleased to welcome two new members, Aduro Clean Technologies and Hood Packaging. These renown companies join a group of nearly 100 members that represent leaders in Canada’s vast plastics value chain.
“The CIAC Plastics Division strives to represent companies from coast-to-coast that make up Canada’s plastics industry. The addition of Aduro Clean Technologies and Hood Packaging brings two forward-thinking companies into the fold. We look forward to working together to grow the industry with a particular focus on sustainability and developing a circular economy for plastics,” said Christa Seaman, acting Vice-President, CIAC Plastics Division.
Based in Sarnia, Ontario Aduro Clean Technologies is dedicated to sustainability and developing a circular economy for plastic. Aduro’s focuses included unlocking value from waste plastics and improving the characteristics of bitumen through a greener conversion process and increasing the economic value of renewable oils in scalable operations that can be implemented locally.
“We are excited to join CIAC’s Plastics Division and work with other members to tackle the critical issue of plastic pollution,” said Abe Dyck, Head of Corporate Development at Aduro Clean Technologies. “Our HydrochemolyticTM Technology offers a transformative chemical recycling solution to address the challenges of traditional recycling and move towards a circular economy. We are committed to advancing sustainability in the plastics industry, and our membership in CIAC will enable us to collaborate with other industry leaders and share our expertise.”
Headquartered in Burlington, Ontario and with 23 locations across North America, Hood Packaging is a leader in the packaging realm, producing innovative packaging products that service markets which include food services, lawn and garden, pet food, dairy, and construction just to name a few.