Aclo Compounders sold, potential brownfield redevelopment opportunity

February 18, 2009 at 9:28 pm Leave a comment

It’s only hearsay currently, but Aclo Compounders Inc. in Cambridge has been sold to an American company who is moving the operations to Guelph, Ontario. There have been rumours of turning the old George Pattinson & Co. woollen mill and former landfill site into a brownfield redevelopment project. I don’t have any plans or know much more other than what I’ve heard through the grapevine, but it would be a nice way to keep the architectural landmark from becoming another run down abandoned factory.

Aclo Compounders

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