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Below: First load of baled grain bags off to Asia, via Vancouver on rail and ship!


Receiving expressions of interest and proposals

Aspen Innovation Park is a new non-profit corporation associated with the 16 to 43 Waste Management Corporation. Its mission is to build capacity for community stewardship through the creation of a centre of excellence applying innovative approaches for business development, waste management, source water protection, and local food production.

Aspen Innovation Park is located on 10 hectares of agricultural land in Saskatchewan centered between the cities of Prince Albert, North Battleford and Saskatoon adjacent to a provincial highway:

  • Population (Radius 150 km) = 300,000
  • Population (Radius 500 km) = 2.5 million

 There are approximately 5500 m2 (60,000 ft2) of indoor space available in three 1830m2 buildings, serviced by 600vac 3-phase power and natural gas. A fourth building on the property has already been converted to house a plastics baling and recycling operation.

The 16 to 43 Waste Management Corporation is the owner of the property. The Corporation’s Board of Directors represent the five municipalities which have invested in property acquisition and development. The Board has determined that future growth will take place through partnerships and leaseholds to undertake the development and operation of select business opportunities, within the framework of the Aspen Innovation Park mission. To achieve this, the Board has directed Redberry Watershed Consultancy to seek and negotiate desirable development options, partnerships, and investment on the Corporations’ behalf. Expressions of interest, proposals and requests for more information can be directed to:

 John Kindrachuk,
Manager, Projects & Partnerships

Peter Kingsmill,
Site Development Manager


or by mail to:
Aspen Innovation Park
Box 476, Highway 40 West
Hafford, SK, S0J 1A0, Canada