Canadian exporters across the country are fortunate to have the support of an entity called the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS), operating as an arm of Global Affairs Canada (GAC). With over 160 offices worldwide, and in Canada, the TCS offers expert advice and problem-solving skills to Canadian companies of all sizes, looking to export into a new market, or for support in ones that they currently sell to. Due to Cypher Environmental’s long standing track record of selling its environmentally friendly road stabilization and dust control products worldwide, it has vast experience working with members of the TCS in all corners of the world. Cypher was delighted to be contacted by the TCS recently to be featured in an article in their CanadExport magazine, and hosted a video crew from Canada’s capital city, Ottawa, at their headquarters in Winnipeg to do a brief supplementary video. Due to the combined … Read More
Photo Courtesy of World Trade Centre Winnipeg On May 25th, 2016, Cypher Environmental’s President, Todd Burns, was asked to present to a global audience at Centrallia, regarding their recent success entering the Honduran market. Since 2010, Centrallia has been successfully bringing hundreds of businesses together to help build connections and foster business alliances. Centrallia is an international business-to-business forum focused on generating trade and business development opportunities for companies from around the world. As part of Centrallia 2016, the WTC Winnipeg organized and promoted a one-day conference focused on The Americas, which is where Todd’s presentation took place. Cypher’s first venture to Honduras was in May of 2015, when a small demonstration road was built with EarthZyme. The country has a significant need for Cypher’s environmentally friendly soil stabilization and dust control solutions due to the combined presence of an abundance of high clay content soils, and a significant rainy … Read More
It is with great pride that we announce Cypher Environmental as a finalist for the new “Environmental” category in this year’s Spirit of Winnipeg Awards. 2016 is the first year that the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce will be awarding a Winnipeg based company for their dedication and commitment to making a positive impact on the environment. The Spirit of Winnipeg Awards, affectionately known as a celebration of Winnipeg’s most innovative organizations, brings together the business community and non-profit organizations to honour and recognize 24 finalists for their innovative ideas. Cypher being chosen as a finalist for the “Environmental” category is due not only to the constant innovation we do to help solve global environmental problems but also the profound environmental benefits that our technologies provide. These benefits include the saving of vast amounts of resources with our road stabilization technology Earthzyme, the reduction of air pollution with our dust suppressant … Read More
Cypher Environmental recently took part in an Export Development Canada (EDC) trade mission in Colombia, focused on infrastructure, the week of November 23, 2015. The mission included B2B meetings in Bogota, Medellin and Barranquilla with several of Colombia’s largest infrastructure companies and key sector players, and was followed by networking opportunities at the National Infrastructure Congress in Cartagena where first-hand intelligence about Colombia’s Infrastructure Master Plans were gathered. Colombia’s infrastructure program includes airports, ports, social infrastructure, as well as an ambitious road concession program that entails the construction of 30+ road projects that will add over 8,000 kilometers of highways to the country’s transportation system and will require a total estimated investment of US$25 billion. Therefore Cypher’s soil stabilization and road dust control solutions were discussed with several key players during the week to investigate their applicability for use as solutions in several of these projects. As usual, the team … Read More
Red River College has received a $65,000 research grant to continue product development work with a local company specializing in environmental solutions for dust control. The Applied Research and Development (ARD) grant — awarded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) — will allow RRC’s faculty researchers, staff and students to collaborate with Cypher Environmental staff to continue development and testing of Dust Stop, their dust control and dust suppression product. This project will significantly enhance R&D capacity at RRC by engaging staff in a challenging multi-disciplinary area of research. The knowledge and experience generated will enrich curricula and teaching in different departments at the College; student engagement will contribute to new applied learning and expose students to real life experiences. Through the National Research Council – Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP), Cypher has been working with RRC researchers from Civil Technology (Neil Chandler) and Life Sciences (Aman … Read More
For the second time in as many months, a feature article on Cypher was written by Export Development Canada (EDC) on their Exportwise website. Cypher Environmental works with EDC to help develop new customers and support existing customers in countries worldwide. The relationship between EDC and Cypher Environmental has been growing as of late as EDC has a focus to develop exports of clean tech solutions, so Cypher represents a great opportunity to help promote this philosophy. The recent article, titled, “Biting the Dust with Cypher Environmental” focuses primarily on the environmentally friendly dust control solutions Cypher Environmental has to offer (Dust Stop), which can benefit end users worldwide. The main topic is the debilitating effect road dust can have on businesses, communities and end users of unpaved roads worldwide, and discusses how our Dust Stop product offers an environmentally friendly solution. However EDC also focused on one of Cypher … Read More
It’s no secret that the mining industry in Canada is significant – employing more than 400,000 people in Canada and representing over 50 per cent of the world’s public mining companies. It’s also home to one of the world’s largest mining shows – PDAC 2015. Again this year, Export Development Canada, in collaboration with the Canadian Association of Mining Equipment and Services for Export (CAMESE), will be hosting match-making sessions to help ensure that Canadian small- and medium-sized businesses attending the convention can meet the right international players. Cypher Environmental has taken advantage of the match-making sessions at PDAC in the past and sees them as a valuable opportunity, as described in this article by EDC featuring Cypher. “This year we’ve see an increased focus from the mining companies on finding suppliers that provide environmentally friendly solutions,” says Andrea Gaunt, EDC Sector Advisor for Mining. “This type of expertise is what … Read More
Cypher Environmental will be attending PDAC 2015, the signature event from the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC). The PDAC International Convention, Trade Show & Investors Exchange is the world’s leading Convention for people, companies and organizations in, or connected with, mineral exploration. It is literally ‘Where the World’s Mineral Industry Meets’. Everyone at Cypher is especially pleased to have a booth presence at the convention for the first time this year. Export Development Canada has promised a convention with more of an international flair than ever before. There will be Canadian Trade Commissioners from DFAIT (Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade) in attendance from countries in Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, Middle East and North Africa, and of course, North America. DFAIT’s role will be to bring delegations from across the world and Cypher has plans to meet with several parties from international … Read More
Cypher Environmental’s soil stabilizer product, EarthZyme received positive reviews from the Municipality of Zapopan, in Mexico. EarthZyme was used in the construction of the Rural Residential Development “Tierra de Dioses” and achieved excellent results on compaction and strength.
Globetrotting Cypher president Todd Burns recently returned from the PDAC Convention in Toronto, where he conducted a presentation at the Innovation Forum. The PDAC audience learned how current market factors favour the use of Cypher’s environmentally friendly EarthZyme product to meet the demand for non-toxic, safe and greener environmental solutions for our world. EarthZyme is paving a new way for haul road construction, and as these photos show, Todd was pleased to explain that new way to everyone in attendance.