Canadian Biomass Magazine

Nordholm resigns from BIOX board of directors

December 19, 2016
By BIOX Corporation

Dec. 19, 2016 - BIOX Corporation, a Hamilton, Ont.-based biodiesel company, today announced that Edwin Nordholm has resigned from its Board of Directors.

“On behalf of the company, I thank Ed for the commitment and dedication he demonstrated to the board during his tenure while BIOX transformed itself from a single facility company to a multi-facility company with production of more than 287 million litres of owned capacity,” said Kevin Golding, chair of the board of BIOX. “Ed’s leadership and relationships during the past two years were instrumental in the successful expansion we have undertaken. We wish him our best in his future endeavors.”

BIOX is a renewable energy company that owns 287.5 million litres of nameplate biodiesel production capacity at plants located in southern Ontario and Houston, Texas. BIOX has an innovative, proprietary and patented production process that is capable of producing the highest quality, renewable, clean burning and biodegradable biodiesel fuel utilizing a variety of feedstocks – from pure seed oils to animal fats to recovered vegetable oils with no change to the production process. BIOX’s high quality biodiesel fuel meets North American (ASTM D-6751) quality standards.

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