Adastra Labs Holdings has completed a $3.9 million renovation on its Cannabis Standard Processing and Analytical testing facility in the Township of Langley, BC.
"In July 2019, the Company commenced a complete renovation of its 13,035 square foot former food-processing Facility," the team with the company explains. "The renovation was designed with a view to optimize material handling, production efficiency, strict sanitation and compatibility with security protocols required by Health Canada and international regulators. As renovated, the Facility now features 2,600 cubic feet of concrete, over 200 gallons of epoxy, 176 LED lights, 621 panels of FRP, 49 security cameras, 8 new roof top HVAC units and 2 air handling units. The Facility is also flexible by design, permitting rapid expansion of production capacity as necessary to accommodate Company growth."
The Company submitted its Site-Evidence Package which was received by Health Canada on December 4th, 2019. “The submission of the site-evidence package represented a significant licensing milestone for the Company,” said Andrew Hale, CEO “we are confident that Health Canada will be pleased with our application.” In anticipation of Health Canada’s approval of Adastra’s application, extraction equipment has started arriving at the Facility.
"The issuance of a Standard Processing Licence from Health Canada would add to its already licensed analytical testing lab and permit Adastra to execute its plan to produce cannabis extract products and formulations. Adastra plans to create high-value cannabis extracts by supercritical CO2 extraction and secondary distillation. These extracts can be incorporated into a variety of value-added products such as, edibles, beverages, topicals, tinctures and vape cartridges to serve the rapidly growing Canadian market once Adastra has received its license."
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