Circular Waste British Columbia (CWBC)
CWBC was founded in 2017 with one purpose, to provide Vancouver Island with sustainable, cutting-edge, material recycling solutions. CWBC is the ideal combination of local presence and International experience.

The team is comprised of Convent Capital, Waste Treatment Technologies, and Nanaimo Organic Waste.
Nanaimo Organic Waste (NOW)
Operating at Duke Point Nanaimo, the staff have operated the composting facility for over 14 years. The facility processes all of the organic waste from the RDN, while maintaining a positive public image. The operations staff led by Greg Ball will stay on and continue to operate the upgraded facility for CWBC. As of December 7th, 2018, NOW is fully owned by CWBC.
Waste Treatment Technologies WTT
WTT is a renowned and experienced supplier of high-tech waste treatment solutions. Founded in 1996, we’ve been designing, constructing, building and maintaining facilities all over the world.

With offices in the Netherlands, Australia, Canada and China, we are able to offer our clients – a significant group of well-known international waste management companies – a comprehensive range of services using leading technologies and products.

Successfully combining the latest mechanical and biological techniques (MBT) in turnkey projects gives us a unique position in the market. Our facilities vary from sorting stations for domestic and industrial waste to complete installations for recovering reusable materials in combination with the use of biological processes.

Convent Capital
Convent Capital is an independent Dutch Private Equity Firm focused on medium-sized companies within the Benelux. They invest in companies that have a strong track record and with strategic and operational opportunities to create sustainable value.

Convent Capital goes beyond simply providing growth capital. And they do this with an extensive team of ambitious specialists. They believe that their approach will create the winners of the future with top-tier returns for their investors.
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