2018 MSTA Canada / CCAfrica Annual Forum Cypher Environmental   |   December 12, 2018

For the first time ever, the Mining Suppliers Trade Association of Canada and the Canadian Council on Africa teamed up for their annual forum.  Held at the Fairmont Royal York in Toronto, Ontario, on November 20th & 21st, the focus of the event was Creative Disruption.  The Forum showcased mining companies and suppliers that are disrupting the industry with new ideas, new technologies and new collaborative relationships.  The result was...

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Research on UltraZyme Hydrocarbon Published in the Journal of Environmental Engineering Cypher Environmental   |   August 29, 2018

A recent study conducted by the University of Alberta, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, was published in the Journal of Environmental Engineering, which showcased the use of Cypher’s UltraZyme Hydrocarbon product to remediate oil sands tailings.  Oil sands consist of a mixture of sand, water, clay and bitumen, and in Canada the deposits that are the largest and most widely developed are known as the Athabasca Oil Sands.  Although...

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Cypher’s President Talks with International Business Students at Red River College Cypher Environmental   |   June 10, 2016

For the third time, Todd Burns, President of Cypher Environmental, was asked to give a speech to the International Business Students from Red River College. The program at Red River College is very diverse, not only in course material, but also in terms of the student enrollment. Although the program is offered in Canada, not a single Canadian student is enrolled in this year’s program, showing the diversity and applicability...

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Cypher’s First Visit to Expomin Cypher Environmental   |   May 2, 2016

Expomin brings together 1,700 mine suppliers from 36 countries around the world, compiling the best and most diverse range of technology, equipment, machines, services and suppliers for the Chilean and Latin American mining industry.  Therefore it was only fitting that Cypher Environmental took part this year, to help raise awareness in the Chilean mining industry about the unique cost saving mining solutions that Cypher has developed. This year, Expomin took...

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Cypher’s President Asked to Provide Comment on the Trans Pacific Partnership Cypher Environmental   |   April 26, 2016

It is a well-known fact that Cypher Environmental is an active exporter in Canada, with a steady percentage of its sales annually being made up of exports of its soil stabilization, dust control and water remediation technologies. This is why Cypher works so closely with organizations in Canada that are designed specifically to help grow and nurture companies in the country that have a major focus on sales outside of...

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More Great Connections at Mining Indaba! Cypher Environmental   |   February 11, 2016

Cypher recently took part in Mining Indaba, in Cape Town, South Africa, from February 8 – 11, 2016, and continued to spread the word about the cost savings that Cypher’s solutions offer to help reduce operational costs at mines.  Mining Indaba has been an annual event for over 20 years, bringing together Africa’s mining experts and represents the largest mining conference and trade show on the continent, offering a great...

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Cypher Environmental Involved in EDC Trade Mission in Colombia Cypher Environmental   |   December 9, 2015

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...

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Export Development Canada (EDC) Article on Matchmaking Cypher Environmental   |   November 16, 2015

In following up with Cypher’s recent post from its President, Todd Burns, about his recent experience at Extemin 2015, below is an article written by EDC about the matchmaking program Cypher Environmental was a part of at the mining trade show and conference. As a result of the great feedback we provided regarding the targeted meetings we had to discuss our road stabilization, water remediation and dust suppression solutions with...

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Executive Roundtable with EDC’s President & CEO Cypher Environmental   |   May 5, 2015

Export Development Canada (EDC) has invited Todd Burns, President, Cypher Environmental to join EDC President & CEO, Benoit Daignault, for an executive roundtable and breakfast session, to discuss export strategies and investments abroad, successes and challenges to international growth.

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Read the Latest EDC Exportwise Article on Us, “Biting the Dust with Cypher Environmental” Cypher Environmental   |   April 23, 2015

[caption id="attachment_629" align="alignleft" width="300"] Cypher Environmental works with EDC to help develop new customers and support existing customers in countries worldwide[/caption] 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...

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EDC Offers International Match-Making at PDAC 2015 Cypher Environmental   |   March 2, 2015

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...

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