Who Are We?
Clean Valley CIC is a young and talented group of entrepreneurs, engineers and environmental scientists with a nature-inspired ideas for Canadian Innovation. We provide nature-based solutions for the aquaculture industry and medical technology. With dedicated services and mindset, we believe that innovative technology can edge businesses in a sustainable and efficient direction. As outlined in our Companies Community Interest Policy, a policy agreed upon by all directors of Clean Valley, a Community Interest Company.
Our goal is to create nature-inspired technology in order to solve industry-wide problems. Our team is constantly inspired by unique traits in nature and we work to mimic them into tangible products for our daily lives.
We value nature for what we can learn from it, not for what we can take from it. We aim to create a more sustainable future by introducing green and nature-based technologies.
Meet Our Team
Co-founder and Comprehensive Designer
A dynamic exocentric
believer intent on building all things brilliant
Founder and CEO
Vice President of Product Development
When taking a break from Clean Valley's innovative work, Tim enjoys staying active by hiking or biking his way through wooded trails.
A true explorer of science,
Zach develops testing methods, contributes to
professional authoring, and experimental designs
Recently graduated from Dalhousie University, Jazmine is enthusiastic about her future helping to create a more sustainable world.
Hunter is a mechanically inclined thinker. Always trying to understand how things work. He has helped develop technology in many fields.
Green Engineer Intern
With less than a year remaining at Queen’s University, Caleb has a passion for developing and innovating solutions that help in the fight towards a sustainable future.
Dr. Sneha Shanbhag
In between a busy Scientist life, Sneha loves to explore the outdoors with her family and tries her hand at new complex recipes in the kitchen.
Dr. Kaycie Lane
Water Engineer and Water Supply Specialist
If not writing experimental design procedures, Kaycie is teaching and choreographing fitness routines for her classes and clients.