The CTTÉI is recruiting a level 1 project manager specialized in high-pressure processes. This is a key position to bring our industrial waste recovery projects to life and develop clean processes. If you're an expert in supercritical fluids, we'd like to hear from you. The spirit More aboutJob: Project Manager - High pressure processes[...]
Sorel-Tracy, May 30, 2023 - From May 21 to 29, the Centre de transfert technologique en écologie industrielle (CTTÉI) welcomed a delegation of Moroccan academics and representatives from the phosphate industry as part of a mission to promote the circular economy in the mining sector. More than twenty representatives arrived in Montreal on May 21 to learn more about Circular economy and the mining industry: the CTTÉI welcomes a Moroccan delegation[...].
On Tuesday, November 16, 2021, at 3 p.m., the Centre de transfert technologique en écologie industrielle will inaugurate a clean technology laboratory unique in Quebec and Canada. Register now! Dedicated to the development of supercritical fluids and more specifically, hydrothermal oxidation (HTO), this new laboratory is the result of several years of work and a unique Clean Technology Laboratory in Canada.
Sorel-Tracy, August 5, 2020 - Do you want to be a project manager, researcher or scientist in an innovative and caring environment? Join the CTTÉI team and tackle climate challenges alongside a multidisciplinary, passionate and inspiring team in the Montérégie. Your future employer A leader in circular economy, industrial waste recovery and development Learn more about3 open research and project jobs at the CTTÉI[...].
CIRCULAR ECONOMY CONFERENCE WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 2021 AT NOON As part of Green Economy Week, Claude Maheux-Picard, Jean-François Vermette and Pascal Lemoine will give a conference on the circular economy. Bring your lunch and discover how organizations have concretely improved their business model and value chain. It's the Read more aboutCircular economy conference: concrete and inspiring examples[...]
The Centre for Technology Transfer in Industrial Ecology (CTTÉI) welcomes a new employee this week as part of the team that is now composed of twenty experts in the field. Mr. Ahmad Dirany, a native of Beirut, Lebanon, will take up the position of researcher where he will join the clean processes team. He will work, among other things, on the Learn more aboutA new researcher joins the CTTÉI team ...
Researcher - clean processes The Centre de transfert technologique en écologie industrielle (CTTÉI), associated with the Cégep de Sorel-Tracy, carries out applied research, technical assistance and awareness work on industrial ecology. Its work focuses mainly on the reclamation of industrial residues, the development of clean processes and the establishment of industrial symbioses. Find out more aboutJob opportunities ...
The CTTÉI is proud to announce the appointment of Jean-François Vermette as Scientific Director of the CTTÉI. Mr. Vermette holds a bachelor's degree in biophysics and a master's degree in environmental sciences. A multidisciplinary researcher with a passion for industrial ecology, Mr. Vermette has been contributing to the development of the CTTÉI for the past 11 years. An outstanding communicator, he is notably responsible for the development of the CTTÉI's research program. He is also responsible for the development of the CTTÉI's scientific program and for the development of the CTTÉI's research program.
The CTTÉI team is growing! The CTTÉI would like to acknowledge the arrival of Mr. Pedro Ramirez, who holds a Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering and a Graduate Diploma in Automation.
The CTTÉI consolidates its expertise in clean processes Sorel-Tracy, June 1, 2017 - In the presence of Sorel-Tracy Mayor Serge Péloquin and his research partners, the Centre de transfert technologique en écologie industrielle (CTTÉI), in association with the Cégep de Sorel-Tracy, announced $2,300,000 in funding for the Sorel-Tracy Technology Showcase, which will be held in Sorel-Tracy on June 1, 2017, in the presence of the Mayor of Sorel-Tracy, Serge Péloquin, and his research partners.