Closes: July 10th, 2022Continue reading
Closes: July 10th, 2022Continue reading
Cancarb is excited to announce a partnership with our local library, the Medicine Hat Public Library, to sponsor 900 library cards for members of the community!
More information can be found here: https://mhpl.shortgrass.ca/blog/cancarb-library-card-sponsor
Cancarb Limited, a Tokai Carbon Group company, has received recognition from II-VI Incorporated with the Best Environmental, Social & Governance Award for outstanding performance in 2020. II-VI Global Supplier Awards are given in recognition of a supplier’s excellence in collaborating with II-VI to achieve the highest levels of performance, innovation, and Service. Only the highest achieving suppliers are awarded this honor.Continue reading
RD Abbott and Rubber Division, ACS have released a video celebrating the diverse range of women in our industry. Cancarb was able to be included in this project and is proud to be represented throughout.
This fast-paced video is set to music and designed to appeal to high school and college students through the Rubber Division’s year-round Student Outreach Program. The video will also be shared throughout the Local Rubber Groups of Rubber Division, ACS. Additional promotional efforts via social media and other digital channels are also planned.
During the video’s production, several of the women featured in the video were asked “What drew you to the rubber industry, and what has made your career in the industry rewarding?” Here’s how two of the female professionals responded to this question:
“I enjoy the challenge of often being the only woman in the room and challenging perspectives just by doing work I love,” responded Taylor Phillips, Laboratory Technician at Cancarb Limited.
Excerpt from: https://rdabbott.com/news/women-of-rubber/
Recently, Cancarb was given the opportunity to give back directly to our community:
“The City of Medicine Hat and Cancarb Limited continue a decades-long relationship through a new legacy tree planting initiative.
A monetary contribution by Cancarb Limited will add 20 trees near the beach volleyball courts in Kin Coulee Park. Cancarb employees have also volunteered to assist City Parks and Recreation professionals in planting the trees on Thursday, Sept. 17, weather depending.
“When Cancarb suggested making an environmental contribution to our community, we aligned their intention with the City’s environmental strategy of increasing our tree canopy within the city,” says Dave Genio, Superintendent of Parks Maintenance with the City of Medicine Hat. “A robust canopy has a very important environmental impact by reducing carbon emissions and maintaining overall health of a community.”
Owned by Tokai Carbon Group from Japan, Cancarb Limited is a globally-recognized leader in the development, manufacturing, and global distribution of medium thermal carbon black – an ingredient used in the production of rubber, plastics, insulation, concrete, graphite and more. The plant and all 80 of its employees are located in Medicine Hat.
“Sustainability is core to our business,” says Peter Donnelly, President of Cancarb. “We have a social responsibility to the community in which we work and live. This legacy tree project allows us to combine our social initiatives with environmental responsibility and in turn, help maintain the beauty of one of Medicine Hat’s favorite parks for generations to come.”
The partnership will see six oak trees, six linden trees, four spruce trees and four pine trees added to a location housing some of the oldest trees in the city.
Outside of this new initiative, the City of Medicine Hat and Cancarb enjoy a long-standing cooperative operating relationship. The process of manufacturing carbon black produces an abundance of waste heat, which until nearly two decades ago, was simply expelled. In 2000, the City and Cancarb established an environmentally proactive agreement whereby Cancarb now pushes that waste heat through a heat recovery steam generator and produces electricity, contributing 27 Mw to the overall electric capacity of the City of Medicine Hat.
“The City’s relationship with Cancarb is an important part of our power generation business. This legacy tree project is an example of their exceptional corporate citizenship and we are proud of our corporate partnership,” adds Brad Maynes, Commissioner of the City’s Energy and Utilities Division.
Cancarb is currently under a $40 million expansion with their sixth production unit set to begin operation this fall. For more information about Cancarb and its products, please visit www.cancarb.com…”
Excerpt from https://www.medicinehat.ca/Home/Components/News/News/4557/30