Greenlid, an Ontario-based company that produces single-use compostable items, is relocating its manufacturing facility back to Canada.

The move will help strengthen Ontario’s circular economy by localizing the supply chain. Additionally, the new facility will also be able to support future sector innovation.

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Compostable single-use products manufacturer Greenlid is investing $14.8 million to build a new manufacturing facility in Ontario, with a $500,000 contribution from the Ontario government.

Greenlid is an Ontario company that produces compostable products, primarily one-time-use items such as plates, bowls, coffee cups, and lids. Currently, its manufacturing is done in China.

Greenlid will build a 60,000 square foot facility in Dundalk, Ontario, and bring production and supply back to Ontario. The new facility will include all the equipment necessary for manufacturing the company’s products, as well as capacity for ongoing research and innovation.

Preview text: Emily Atkins, Waste & Recycling Magazine, August 15, 2022

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