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25
May

GreenField Specialty Alcohols, Inc. Announces Name Change to Greenfield Global, Inc.

 New Name Reflects Strength of Product Lines, Global Reach, and Scale TORONTO, ON, 25 May 2017— GreenField Specialty Alcohols, Inc., Canada’s largest ethanol producer and a world leader in high-purity specialty alcohols, announced today it has changed its name to Greenfield Global. The name change reflects the company’s broader product categories and its expertise in driving …

19
Jun

Wynne Notes Greenhouse Power Need

By Ricardo Veneza This article first appeared on BlackburnNews.com on June 18, 2015, to see the original article click here. Expanding energy capacity in southwestern Ontario is still on Kathleen Wynne’s radar. The premier thinks Chatham-Kent greenhouse Truly Green’s co-generation system could be part of the solution. “I think this kind of relationship between [Greenfield …

24
Mar

Beyond Ethanol: GreenField expands its specialty alcohols business

By Andrew Macklin, Canadian Biomass Editor This article first appeared in Canadian Biomass Magazine on March 24, 2015, to see the original article click here. The GreenField facility in Chatham, Ont. has shifted its focus from strictly ethanol production to a biorefinery. When GreenField Ethanol became GreenField Specialty Alcohols in 2013, it marked a shift …

28
Jan

$40-million project takes plant beyond ethanol production

By Blair Andrews, Chatham This Week This article first appeared in Chatham Daily News on January 28, 2015, to see the original article click here. Expansion plans at GreenField Specialty Alcohols Inc. in Chatham are taking shape. The company announced $40-million worth of investments in capital projects at the plant on Bloomfield Road in October. …

26
Nov

Truly Green aiming for big impact with smaller carbon footprint

By Blair Andrews, Chatham Daily News This article first appeared in Chatham Daily News on November 26, 2014, to see the original article click here. Truly Green Farms of Chatham is moving closer to setting a new standard of growing environmentally-friendly greenhouse tomatoes. Chatham Rotarians were given a first-hand look at the unique operation during …

8
Oct

$40M Investment in GreenField’s Chatham Plant

By Ellwood Shreve, Chatham Daily News This article first appeared in Chatham Daily News on October 8, 2014, to see the original article click here. The future looks secure for years to come at GreenField Specialty Alcohols Inc. with an announcement that $40 million is being invested on capital projects at the Chatham plant. Details …

11
Sep

Corn Low, Food High… Why??

By Barry Blitstein Communications Coordinator GreenField Specialty Alcohols The following article appeared in Ontario Farmer on September 9th This year, North America will harvest one of the largest corn crops of all time. The price just keeps falling and is now trading below $3.40 (US) per bushel – half of what it traded at just …

8
Apr

GreenField visits Ottawa for the Release of CRFA’s New Vision and Action Plan for Canada’s Renewable Fuels Industry and emerging bioeconomy

GreenField is in Ottawa today lending support to the Canadian Renewable Fuels Association (CRFA) for the release of a new vision and action plan for Canada’s renewable fuels industry and emerging bioeconomy. The goal of the CRFA’s new document, aptly entitled Evolution and Growth, is to help Canada capitalize on the sizable economic and environmental …

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