Five entrepreneurs who think green
MÉLISSA HARVEY of ZORAH BIOCOSMÉTIQUES
After discovering the benefits of argan oil after a stay in Morocco, Mélissa and Harvey and Richard Morin launched their business. Zorah Biocosmétiques is the only company in North America to offer organic, ecologically friendly, fair trade cosmetics.
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Louis Tremblay of AddÉnergie
AddÉnergie is a leader a recharging solutions for electric vehicles. Interest in electric vehicles is growing, and the company has experienced a healthy increase in sales, with 2,000 charging stations distributed across Canada.
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VINCENT CHORNET of ENERKEM
Vincent Chornet redirected his career in order to devote himself to Enerkem, a company he founded in 2000 along with this father. Their goal? To convert unrecyclable municipal solid waste into biofuel and renewable chemical products.
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CHRISTIAN CÔTÉ of PALAC INDUSTRIES
Reinventing the traditional wooden pallet was the challenge Christian Côté of Palac Industries successfully overcame by creating a pallet made of galvanized steel that was both durable and affordable.
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ANIE ROULEAU DE BALECO
Anie Rouleau jumped into entrepreneurship by making a promise not to compromise the future for later generations. This passionate entrepreneur developed a line of unscented cleaning and personal care products that is available in bulk and safe for the environment.
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