Who Are We?
Welcome to Clean Valley, a vibrant group of young and talented entrepreneurs, engineers, and environmental scientists dedicated to leading the way in nature-inspired solutions for the Canadian aquaculture industry and medical technology. Rooted in innovation, we provide specialized services with the belief that advanced technology can drive businesses toward sustainability and efficiency.
At Clean Valley, our principles are guided by the Companies Community Interest Policy—a thorough framework agreed upon by all directors. This policy highlights our commitment to community interests, ensuring that our efforts align with a responsible and ethical approach to business.
At Clean Valley CIC, we aim to transform Canadian innovation with nature-inspired solutions for the aquaculture industry. Our team of skilled entrepreneurs, engineers, and environmental scientists specializes in delivering creative, nature-based strategies.
Focusing on sustainability and efficiency, we harness technology to propel businesses toward a more sustainable future. Adhering to our Companies Community Interest Policy, endorsed unanimously by our directors, Clean Valley is dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of our community and the environment.
Meet the team of people behind Clean Valley and their drive for success in sustainability and the environment.
Nicholas, an environmental technician with eight years of experience in air monitoring, noticed progress in reducing air emissions but little focus on water pollution.
He jumped to pursued entrepreneurship at Dalhousie University and conceptualized Clean Valley CIC during a study abroad program in the Netherlands.
Embracing inclusivity, the company aimed to create innovative, nature-inspired solutions.
Nicholas's profound understanding of the link between humanity and water drove his commitment to ensure clean water accessibility for all, involving stakeholders in building a sustainable future.
Founder & CEO
Co-Founder & CTO
Hunter, an Environmental Engineer Graduate, spent nearly a decade working on emissions compliance and biochar refinement.
Joining the Clean Valley project, he led the development of the our biofilter, evolving it into the advanced Mark 9 design. Hunter also co-designed hatchery models for Clean Valley's upcoming initiatives in 2023 and 2024.
Currently, he seeks to expand his expertise with ongoing education, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Engineering alongside his CET in Mechanical Engineering. His dedication to sustainable solutions drives Clean Valley's success and innovation.
Meet The Rest of The Team
Learn about the rest of the team behind the development and growth of Clean Valley CIC.