Vancouver, British Columbia, Canadian Zeolite Corp. (the “Company”) (TSX.V:CNZ)
Mr. Ray Paquette CEO is pleased to welcome Mr. John Haanstra as an Advisor to the Company. “Mr. Haanstra is a highly respected industry professional, and we are delighted to have him join our team. Canadian Zeolite will benefit greatly from John’s invaluable experience and extensive knowledge of the environmental treatment of compost and wastewater. Mr. Haanstra has designed, bid, built and operated numerous mutli-million dollar facilities for water and wastewater treatment, pollution control and composting plants.
Mr. Haanstra’s Bio:
John has been employed with Maple Reinders Group of Companies for over 42 years, starting as the Chief of Estimator, Project and Procurement Manager in 1971. From 1989 to 2015 he served as Vice President of Environment Construction and Development. Mr. Haanstra has gained invaluable experience over these years in numerous facets of environmental and building construction. His expertise in value engineering combined with an excellent understanding of process requirements give him the ability to direct design toward the most cost effective solutions. He has been involved in the construction of over 400 Compost, Biogas, Water and Wastewater treatment and transmission systems, as well as having directed construction of over 50 industrial and commercial facilities and the introduction of 4 new environmentally and economically efficient technologies.
Mr. Haanstra’s Memberships
Member, Water Environment Federation (WEF)
Member & Director Compost Council of Canada (CCC) for 15 years
Member Water Environment Association Ontario (WEAO)
Member British Columbia Water Association (BCWA)
On behalf of the Board of Directors
President & CEO
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