Awards and Nominations

Clearflow has been fortunate enough in the last ten years to have been awarded many prestigious awards. This would not have been possible if not for the extraordinary vision and dedication by Jerry Hanna and the team at Clearflow.

2019

Global growth award

Global Growth Award
Clearflow Group Inc. won the 2019 Business Award for Global Growth from the Sherwood Park & District Chamber of Commerce.

“Clearflow Group Inc are pre-treatment experts, providing clients with unique, innovative, site-specific answers to soil and water challenges. They manufacture the Water Lynx and Soil Lynx products and systems here in Sherwood Park. Clearflow currently has distributors in the UK, India, China and has just signed on a large distributor for all of Scandinavia.  Using technologies verified by two major Canadian universities and the National Research Council of Canada, they have been able to facilitate their marketing plan both locally and abroad.

2018

“Clearflow Group and Greenland Engineering lead the way for Stormwater Management! “
This joint venture project between Clearflow Group of Alberta, GREENLAND® Engineering from Ontario and the City of Waterloo is the first of its kind and one that Clearflow and Greenland are looking to take nationally.

Last week, we received the retrofit construction approval for the City’s Laurelwood Pond #53 facility. Since construction (in 2003), the stormwater pond has accumulated significant sediment from upstream sources. The approved design was derived using an in-house “Bio-clear and Low Maintenance Approach” and which had regard for cumulative watershed effects (and climate change concerns) using CANWET™.

The retrofit design utilizes Clearflow Group’s proprietary water treatment product Water Lynx™ to reduce sediment load, phosphorus and nutrient loading. In addition, Clearflow Group’s Soil Lynx™ product will be used for erosion control. Clearflow’s Treated Geo-Jute and Treated Floc Curtains will be used for polishing ultra fine sediments out of the Waterloo and the Lynx™ sediment binding products by the Clearflow Group will be used to bind the slurry material removed from the pond.

In addition to significant cost savings from a life cycle perspective, the Pond #53 retrofit will improve downstream water quality within the Grand River Basin and ultimate discharge to Lake Erie. When implemented on a larger scale (and by any municipality), the financial and environmental benefits from using the same design process would be impressive.
If you are attending the TRIECA conference this month in Brampton, the City of Waterloo and GREENLAND® staff will be presenting the (approved!) Pond #53 project.”

2017

Clearflow in India 2017

2015

Business Edmonton 2015

“With a view to creating environmentally-focused industry solutions, Clearflow has become a game changer.” – Nerissa McNaughton, Business Edmonton

2014 and Earlier

A vision to improve the way we treat water.

This vision has been noticed and acknowledged by a number of organizations in the past. We would like to take a moment to thank these organizations for recognizing us and the work we do. We will keep working hard to influence industry and society to use water more sustain-ably and efficiently.

  • Finalist of the 2014 Manning Award for Canada
  • Winners of the 2013 Alberta Science and Technology Award (ASTECH)
  • Winners of the 2013 Edmonton Business Leaders of Tomorrow Award
  • Winners of the 2010 Environmental Protection Award SPCC Winners of the 2009 Innovative Technologies Award SPCC
  • Featured in the 2014 Alberta Venture Magazine as one of Alberta’s most Innovative Organizations
  • Featured in Biotic Earth — A biotic/living approach to hydroseeding
  • Featured in Stormwater Treatment, a textbook used in many educational institutions
  • Top finalist for the Manning Award for Canadian Innovation
  • Featured in Sherwood Park News, the Edmonton Sun, CityTV Featured on water.ca for an interview regarding the 2014 Manning award
  • Chosen as one of 12 Canadian companies to present at the 2015 Acqueau Conference in Paris by the National Research Council of Canada

Clearflow is also involved with numerous industry associations and organizations that influence water usage. Jerry Hanna has been heavily involved with youth and industry education. He sits on several committees attracting the attention of influential individuals with Clearflow’s mission.

In Association with:

  • Alberta Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA)
  • Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada (PTAC)
  • Alberta Road Builders and Heavy Construction Association
  • Environmental Services Association of Alberta (ESSA)
  • Canadian Council For Aboriginal Business