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  • From East to West, six manufacturers join the program

    The six manufacturers bringing the total number of subscribers of the Well Made Here to 106 originate from New Brunswick (1), British Columbia (2) and Quebec (3).


    Aquarino, a division of the Rinox Group from Terrebonne, Quebec, manufactures inground fiberglass pools that are easy to maintain, resistant and insulating, defining a new standard and offering many advantages compared to traditional pools.



    D.A.S. Concrete Countertops, manufacturer of artisan inspired countertops from Dieppe, New Brunswick, transforms simple, locally sourced materials into beautiful surfaces that are solid, modern, attractive, durable and affordable.



    Lava Grip, a CanLava Canadian mining company that has been in business since 2012 and is headquartered in North Vancouver, British Columbia, manufactures an entirely natural, safe, reusable and ecofriendly traction aid that works at any temperature.


    Matériaux Blanchet, manufacturer from L’Ancienne Lorette, Quebec, has been in business since 1958 and operates one of the largest sawmills in the province, producing over 300 million board feet of resinous lumber for use in construction as well as sub-products such as wood chips, shavings, sawdust and bark which are used for other purposes.



    Rinox, manufacturer that has been in business for over 20 years, with offices situated in Terrebonne QC, offers a variety of concrete products for landscaping, masonry and alternative masonry.



    Wash Safe, from Langley, British Columbia, is an initiative from professional pressure washers who invented and manufacture ecofriendly, organic cleaning products that do not contain bleach, for use on roofs, pavers, wooden decks and for the restoration of cedar, and more.


    The path towards the next milestone is clear; it won’t be long until 150 participants have adopted the program because they believe in it and choose to accredit their products.

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