June 22, 2022
Articles By Canvus

CLEVELAND.COM: City of Avon, OH to reimagine park with functional art provided by Canvus

A new spin on public art: Avon considers creating works using recycled wind wind turbines By Linda Gandee Originally ...

Siemens Gamesa highlights Canvus among innovative blade recycling solutions

Wind-industry leader Siemens Gamesa recently featured Canvus in an article discussing innovative solutions for ...

WHAT CANVUS MEANS: How Our Unique Name Reflects Our Products & Mission

Learn the meaning behind our company name, why we spell Canvus with a ‘us’, and how it reflects our products and mission.

CLEVELAND BUSINESS JOURNAL: RiverCap Ventures wants to 'reimagine' retired wind turbine blades as furniture, planters

Recycling the fiberglass blades from decommissioned or renovated wind turbines remains a monumental problem. RiverCap ...

KETV OMAHA: Old turbine blades near Sidney, Nebraska to be repurposed into products

'We will not participate in the landfilling of blades' recycling firm says. By Andrew Ozaki Originally published on