Ivey and Terracorrect Environmental Technology Sign National Representative Agreement

Ground Breaking Market Opportunity and Collaboration between Canadian and Belgian Environmental Remediation Businesses

Ivey International Inc. (IVEY) of Canada, and TerraCorrect bvba (TERRACORRECT) of Belgium are officially signing their National Technology Representation Agreement at Le Cercle de Lorraine with the support of the Embassy of Canada in Brussels, on Tuesday, September 18, 2018.

IVEY is an International Award Winning Canadian based environmental technology company located in greater Vancouver, Canada, specializing in the development and application of innovative air, soil, and groundwater remediation products. With over 25 years in the industry, IVEY focuses on remediation technologies that provide market leading solutions to environmental consultants, environmental contractors, and oil and gas companies to restore air, soil, and groundwater quality.

TERRACORRECT is your partner for ecological soil remediation and efficient treatment of sludge based in Deerlijk, Belgium. TerraCorrect delivers products and solutions for sludge ground(water) treatment with a “green” touch by upgrading existing remediation technologies, investing in the future by pushing current technology limits, as well as supporting and investing in new environmental technologies in a technical, economical, and qualitative way. With over 20 years in remediation and soil treatment, TERRACORRECT has a focused mission to provide treatment ‘with an ecologic twist’. TerraCorrect supports clients in the environmental sector to make the right choices by using a client-focused approach to solving environmental problems with innovative products and solutions.

Company Founder and President George (Bud) Ivey of IVEY will sign the Agreement with Company Founder and Owner Glenn Heernaert of TERRACORRECT. Opening remarks are provided by Michelle Gartland, Senior Trade Commissioner at the Embassy of Canada, and former Deputy Director of CleanTech with Global Affairs Canada.
This event marks IVEY’s official making of TERRACORRECT as their National Technology Representative within the Belgian and Dutch soil and groundwater environmental remediation markets for the National GLOBE Award Winner, North American Frost & Sullivan Award Winning, and Patented Ivey-sol® Surfactant Remediation Technology. Ivey-sol® is a safe, reliable, biodegradable, cost effective, and innovative technology with REACH compliance that enhances the remediation of contamination at sites around the world. We will also be introducing our new proprietary surface decontamination products, DECON-IT® and Petro-Wipes® aimed at eliminating the risk of cross-contamination while removing contaminants from a wide range of physical surfaces. This exciting business collaboration positively contributes to the economic growth and technical developments in the Belgian environmental market as Northern Europe experiences a renewed focus on cleaning up contaminated sites at European Union Standards. The signing of this Representation Agreement is a monumental step in establishing long-term, mutually beneficial, and sustainable Canadian-Belgian trade relations in the environmental sector, particularly in light of developments in the Canadian-European Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA).

The IVEY-TERRACORRECT signing is being hosted by the Canadian Embassy in Brussels. The agreement
was made possible with the support of CanExport, a Government of Canada program assisting Canadian
businesses seeking to develop new export opportunities and markets. IVEY extends special appreciation and
gratitude to the Embassy of Canada and Trade Commission Office in Brussels, Belgium, with special thanks to
trade commissioner, Fabienne De Kimpe, to the Trade Commissioner Service in Vancouver, Canada, and the
CanExport personnel at Global Affairs Canada and the National Research Council of Canada whose support has
greatly contributed to making this Belgian market entry possible thereby creating “Today’s Environmental
Solutions For A Better Tomorrow”TM.

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