“Without change there is no innovation, creativity, or incentive for improvement. Those who initiate change will have a better opportunity to manage the change that is inevitable.” – William Pollard
Luc Bossé describes Aquatic Life as a great mixture of values and innovation
In a company like Aquatic Life, there’s no such thing as “not my job” – if there’s a gap that needs filling, people fill it. That description reflects the entire team, and fits Luc Bossé to a tee.
Bossé dedicates most of his time to managing the sales, service and product demonstration requirements for Quebec, Northern Ontario and some of Aquatic Life’s more eastern clients. Plus, as someone with a background in both water quality management and marketing, Bossé also manages the company’s social media platforms and is a regular participant in the company’s trade show circuit.
Highland Valley Copper Operations (HVC) is the largest open-pit mine in Canada, located in south-central British Columbia, approximately 17 kilometres west of Logan Lake. HVC produces both copper and molybdenum concentrates through autogenous and semi-autogenous grinding and flotation. HVC was in need of a way to accurately measure water level (m), flow rate (cms), actual and specific conductivity (µS), salinity (PSU) and total dissolved substances (ppm).
The Tanco Mine, owned and operated by the Cabot Corporation is an underground mine located on the northwest shore of the Bernic Lake, Manitoba. The mine has the largest known deposit of pollucite and is the world’s largest producer of caesium.
Contrary to popular belief, start-up ventures don’t always originate from new companies. In fact, sometimes the best start-up ideas come from companies that are 31 years old.
The team at AquaHive believe one of the primary industry applications for their product could be the mining sector – Gabriel Castillo is proving them right.