WORLD-BEATING NATURAL FIBRE PRODUCTS, MADE IN ALBERTA

Dan Madlung and his wife, Brenda, lead BioComposites Group Inc. (BCG) in Drayton Valley, Alberta. Since 2013, the company has grown to become a North American leader in the development of innovative natural fibre products.

PROVIDING INDUSTRIAL HEMP SOLUTIONS TO GLOBAL INDUSTRIES

BioComposites Group (BCG) harnesses the mechanical qualities of common plants and trees, particularly industrial hemp, to provide solutions to global industries in the oil and gas, automotive and construction sectors.

BCG produces bioproducts from green materials, exploiting the properties of hemp fibre so that it can replace synthetic materials.

TURNING HEMP STALK FROM WASTE INTO WONDERFUL

The BioComposites Group zero-waste facility turns hemp stalk, a product traditionally considered waste, into a wide variety of hemp fibre and hurd-based products. Alberta farmers grew about 30,000 acres of hemp in 2018. In 2019, Canada grew about 80,000 acres. Making marketable products from the hemp stalk creates value for the entire plant.

NEW TECHNOLOGY TAKING HEMP PROCESSING TO THE NEXT LEVEL

There is a global market for natural-fibre products. BCG recently expanded sales into international markets, reaching consumers in the U.S., Europe, New Zealand and Australia.

CREATING ALBERTA EXPORTS

There is a global market for natural-fibre products. BCG recently expanded sales into international markets, reaching consumers in the U.S., Europe, New Zealand and Australia.

INNOVATION THROUGHOUT THE VALUE CHAIN

BCG will be successful and continue to grow because we have developed an innovation culture which involves all levels of the value chain. As long as we can continue to implement and improve these innovation processes, we will continue to grow. As BCG grows, the new hemp fibre industry will grow along with wealth and jobs.”

Dan Madlung, President and CEO, BioComposites Group Inc. (BCG).

ON THE HORIZON: HEMP FIBRE INSULATION

Recently, BioComposites Group (BCG) was involved in a research project that used fibre from leftover hemp stalks to develop working prototypes of home and commercial insulation. BCG installed and commissioned the necessary equipment to produce the prototypes. Currently, the team is testing and fine-tuning the samples with a view to commercialization.

WORLD-BEATING NATURAL FIBRE PRODUCTS, MADE IN ALBERTA

Dan Madlung and his wife, Brenda, lead BioComposites Group Inc. (BCG) in Drayton Valley, Alberta. Since 2013, the company has grown to become a North American leader in the development of innovative natural fibre products.

PROVIDING INDUSTRIAL HEMP SOLUTIONS TO GLOBAL INDUSTRIES

BioComposites Group (BCG) harnesses the mechanical qualities of common plants and trees, particularly industrial hemp, to provide solutions to global industries in the oil and gas, automotive and construction sectors.

BCG produces bioproducts from green materials, exploiting the properties of hemp fibre so that it can replace synthetic materials.

TURNING HEMP STALK FROM WASTE INTO WONDERFUL

The BioComposites Group zero-waste facility turns hemp stalk, a product traditionally considered waste, into a wide variety of hemp fibre and hurd-based products. Alberta farmers grew about 30,000 acres of hemp in 2018. In 2019, Canada grew about 80,000 acres. Making marketable products from the hemp stalk creates value for the entire plant.

NEW TECHNOLOGY TAKING HEMP PROCESSING TO THE NEXT LEVEL

There is a global market for natural-fibre products. BCG recently expanded sales into international markets, reaching consumers in the U.S., Europe, New Zealand and Australia.

CREATING ALBERTA EXPORTS

There is a global market for natural-fibre products. BCG recently expanded sales into international markets, reaching consumers in the U.S., Europe, New Zealand and Australia.

INNOVATION THROUGHOUT THE VALUE CHAIN

BCG will be successful and continue to grow because we have developed an innovation culture which involves all levels of the value chain. As long as we can continue to implement and improve these innovation processes, we will continue to grow. As BCG grows, the new hemp fibre industry will grow along with wealth and jobs.”

Dan Madlung, President and CEO, BioComposites Group Inc. (BCG).

ON THE HORIZON: HEMP FIBRE INSULATION

Recently, BioComposites Group (BCG) was involved in a research project that used fibre from leftover hemp stalks to develop working prototypes of home and commercial insulation. BCG installed and commissioned the necessary equipment to produce the prototypes. Currently, the team is testing and fine-tuning the samples with a view to commercialization.

WORLD-BEATING NATURAL FIBRE PRODUCTS, MADE IN ALBERTA

Dan Madlung and his wife, Brenda, lead BioComposites Group Inc. (BCG) in Drayton Valley, Alberta. Since 2013, the company has grown to become a North American leader in the development of innovative natural fibre products.

PROVIDING INDUSTRIAL HEMP SOLUTIONS TO GLOBAL INDUSTRIES

BioComposites Group (BCG) harnesses the mechanical qualities of common plants and trees, particularly industrial hemp, to provide solutions to global industries in the oil and gas, automotive and construction sectors.

BCG produces bioproducts from green materials, exploiting the properties of hemp fibre so that it can replace synthetic materials.

TURNING HEMP STALK FROM WASTE INTO WONDERFUL

The BioComposites Group zero-waste facility turns hemp stalk, a product traditionally considered waste, into a wide variety of hemp fibre and hurd-based products. Alberta farmers grew about 30,000 acres of hemp in 2018. In 2019, Canada grew about 80,000 acres. Making marketable products from the hemp stalk creates value for the entire plant.

NEW TECHNOLOGY TAKING HEMP PROCESSING TO THE NEXT LEVEL

There is a global market for natural-fibre products. BCG recently expanded sales into international markets, reaching consumers in the U.S., Europe, New Zealand and Australia.

CREATING ALBERTA EXPORTS

There is a global market for natural-fibre products. BCG recently expanded sales into international markets, reaching consumers in the U.S., Europe, New Zealand and Australia.

INNOVATION THROUGHOUT THE VALUE CHAIN

BCG will be successful and continue to grow because we have developed an innovation culture which involves all levels of the value chain. As long as we can continue to implement and improve these innovation processes, we will continue to grow. As BCG grows, the new hemp fibre industry will grow along with wealth and jobs.”

Dan Madlung, President and CEO, BioComposites Group Inc. (BCG).

ON THE HORIZON: HEMP FIBRE INSULATION

Recently, BioComposites Group (BCG) was involved in a research project that used fibre from leftover hemp stalks to develop working prototypes of home and commercial insulation. BCG installed and commissioned the necessary equipment to produce the prototypes. Currently, the team is testing and fine-tuning the samples with a view to commercialization.