GreenON Food Manufacturing supports Ontario’s Climate Change Action Plan by helping food and beverage processors expand the use of innovative technologies and practices to reduce pollution.
Two funding streams are available under the GreenON Food Manufacturing program:
Retrofit Stream – Reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) pollution through the adoption of proven technologies such as retrofits to improve energy, water, and resource efficiency.
Innovation Stream – Support projects that reduce GHG pollution through the adoption and demonstration of technologies that are lesser known to the food and beverage processing sector in Ontario
Food, beverage or feed manufacturers located in Ontario, who are a legal entity and meets the definition of a manufacturer under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICs code) 311 and 312.
Only projects that are undertaken in Ontario food and beverage processing facilities can qualify for funding.
To learn more about the funding streams available or for information on how to apply for the GreenON Food Manufacturing program visit the Ontario Centres of Excellence website.
The GreenON Food Manufacturing program is being administered by Ontario Centres of Excellence, on behalf of the Government of Ontario.
Improve competitiveness and gain access to greenhouse gas pollution reduction technologies
Shorten the pay-back period for implementing innovations that reduce greenhouse gas pollution
Demonstrate corporate social responsibility by being early adopters of greenhouse gas pollution reduction technologies.