Nova Granted Relief From St. Clair Twp. Height Restrictions
September 26, 2016- Josh Boyse, Blackburn News- St. Clair Township has removed another hurdle for Nova Chemicals’ proposed world scale polyethylene plant.
Lambton College announces $11.8-million renovation
September 23, 2016 – Paul Morden, The Observer – Lambton College has tapped into federal and provincial funding for a $11.8-million renovation project to upgrade and consolidate its energy technology and bio-industrial labs and teaching spaces.
Lambton County home to Ontario’s 2016 Outstanding Young Farmers
September 20, 2016- Paul Morden, The Sarnia Observer- Adrian and Jodi Roelands, owners of Roelands Plant Farms near Forest, have been named Ontario’s Outstanding Young Farmers for 2016.
Train station approved for more repair work
September 19, 2016 – The Sarnia Journal – More upgrades approved for the VIA train station in Sarnia is a sign of good things to come, says an organization pushing for improved passenger service.
Chamber committee formed to help local businesses with exporting
September 15, 2016 – Tyler Kula, The Observer – Businesses looking for an exporting market and not sure how to make the leap are about to get some help.
Refined Fool set to open up new production facility and special events taproom
September 13, 2016 – Barbara Simpson, The Observer – Sarnia’s burgeoning microbrewery has been given the green light to expand in the downtown core.
Construction of new Tepperman’s store to begin in March
September 12, 2016 – Observer Staff – The owner of the former Zeller’s plaza in Sarnia has released concept drawings for a proposed $10-million redevelopment of the London Road commercial property.
Lambton College recently received $2.3 million for applied research
September 8, 2016 – Tyler Kula, The Observer – A fuel cell reliant on acid-loving bacteria could be a “game-changing technology” for green energy generators, says the man heading up applied research into the technology at Lambton College.
BioAmber making plans for second production site
August 30, 2016 – Paul Morden, The Observer – BioAmber says its new plant in Sarnia has achieved operational milestones established by funding agencies and lenders. The $141-million facility opened last year on Vidal Street where it began manufacturing bio-succinic acid, a building block chemical made from corn syrup.
Success story: Sarnia-Lambton oil equipment manufacturers go global
August 26, 2016, Invest In Ontario- In Ontario’s chemical valley – the petrochemical and refinery complex located in Sarnia-Lambton – , small and mid-sized manufacturers spent decades developing best-in-class products and services for oil and petrochemical giants.