BioNovations Inc. was a 2008 finalist in the Nova Scotia I-3 Technology Start-up Competition sponsored by Innovacorp, a venture capital company established to assist high potential, early stage Nova Scotia companies commercialize technology.
Our transport technology has also been found commercially feasible in an independent study commissioned by the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA). Furthermore, in 2015, BioNovations Inc. was assisted with financing from ACOA to complete the development of new technology for the commercialization of the Traystor® Crate and integrated Live Seafood Transport System.
In 2016, The National Research Council Canada as represented by its Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP) contributed towards the testing and evaluation of a new biofilter for BioNovations’ Integrated Water Treatment System as well as the functionality of the new Traystor® Crate.
In 2017, BioNovations new line of environmentally controlled Traystor® Crate Holding Systems qualified for funding from Efficiency Nova Scotia based on a feasibility study and energy audit by A.H. Roy & Associates Ltd.
In 2017, BioNovations Inc. was an Export Recognition Award Nominee by the Antigonish Chamber of Commerce.