Canvus

June 22, 2022
Articles By Canvus

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 ketv.com

Canvus Signs 109,075-Sq-Ft Lease for Flagship Manufacturing Facility

Canvus to Build State-of-the-Art Products from Wind Turbine Blades at New Cleveland-Area Production Studio Starting in Fall ...