WEEF stands for the Waterloo Engineering Endowment Foundation. The foundation was founded in 1990 by two engineering students, Avi Belinsky and John Vellinga. The goal of WEEF is to continuously improve the educational environment for undergraduate engineering students, and maintain our outstanding reputation.
Formed in 1997 as an “association of associations”, the Automotive Recyclers of Canada (ARC) is the national voice of the automotive recycling industry, representing, through its provincial affiliates, approximately 400 end-of-live vehicle (ELV) recyclers and dismantlers throughout Canada.
In addition to providing a forum for the channelling of information and addressing Canada wide concerns, we are actively involved in the leadership, promotion and betterment of the automotive recycling industry across the country.
The Engineering Society is the official representative for all engineering undergraduate students at the University of Waterloo and exists to support students at their time at Waterloo academically, socially, and professionally.
CrossChasm’s products and services serve a broad range of applications within the vehicle OEM and fleet management marketplace.
Their focus: to help vehicle manufacturers build best-in-class hybrid, electric and plug-in vehicles, and guide large-scale end users of those vehicles, such as fleet managers and fleet owners in accurately assessing the full lifecycle costs of next generation vehicle adoption.
Distinguished by our passion for hybrid technology and over 40 years of combined expertise, CrossChasm enables your leap to hybrid and electric vehicles allowing you to cross the chasm in a shorter time frame and on a smaller budget.
Mission: To unlock the potential of people, partnerships and nature to accelerate sustainable solutions for the health of the planet.
GreenField is the leading specialty alcohols producer in Canada, with a focus on corn-based bulk industrial alcohol, packaged alcohol and fuel ethanol, as well as associated agricultural co-products. The Company has a leading market share of industrial alcohol and is also the largest ethanol producer in Canada, with an export business in grain neutral spirits. The Company also manufactures and sells co-products of the alcohol production process, including Dried Distillers Grains with Solubles (DDGS), Wet Distillers Grains (WDG), corn oil, and carbon dioxide (CO2). The Company has a diversified product offering, generating 45% of its gross profit from bulk industrial alcohol, 35% from fuel ethanol, and 20% from packaged industrial alcohol.
Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, the Company owns and operates four state of the art manufacturing plants in Canada – all strategically located close to both corn supply and end-user markets. As well, the Company owns and operates three alcohol packaging plants, one in Canada and two in the US. The Company has a focused strategy to successfully and profitably operate its production facilities. In doing so, GreenField focuses on managing commodity risks and strives to maintain an environment of continuous operational improvements to increase efficiency and effectiveness as a low-cost producer.
Over 30 years ago, Hematite began their commitment to a green way of thinking. Hematite discovered unique ways to manufacture high-quality products for the automotive industry using much of the waste that was destined for landfill sites. Today, they're a dynamic, full-service, Tier 1 and Tier 2 supplier committed to engineering and manufacturing world-class, recycled products.
Their 'green' pledge is the foundation of the Hematite brand. Their business is to design and manufacture automotive products that help manage the impact of acoustics, airflow and water on the vehicle. They do this while managing the impact on our planet through our unique, eco-centered Reform™ process.