Eco-West’s Vision: To ensure the growth and prosperity of Western Canada’s municipalities through planning and implementation of a Green Economy infrastructure.

About Eco-West

Eco-West aims to get rural communities involved in greening their local economies through the creation of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions inventories and the development of Climate Change local action plans (CCLAP), supporting municipalities seeking green technology commercialization opportunities, attracting foreign direct investments and training a skilled workforce.

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RFP: Pre-FEED (Front End Engineering Design) Study for an Organic Waste Processing/Conversion facility in Alberta.

Alberta Innovates Energy & Environment Solutions (AI-EES), along with its partners the City of St. Paul (AB), Eco-West and le Conseil de development économique de l’Alberta, has published an RFP  for a waste composition study and technology review, and to complete a pre-FEED Study and evaluate a governance model for constructing and managing the waste to value-added facility.

Potential Vendors may view the bid package here:

Eco-West to get its wings

The AMBM announced recently that in the wake of its many successes in the green economy sector Eco-West could very well become an independent entity as soon as the spring of 2017.

The news was made public on October 6 to an audience of approximately 100 people who attended the public meeting that followed the AMBM’s annual general meeting. The AMBM is the parent organization of the Conseil de développement économique des municipalités bilingues du Manitoba (CDEM) (the latter currently oversees Eco-West’s operations throughout Western Canada).

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