About Us

Surnorte share with all their partners a passion and intelligence for collaboration with business, government, and communities/stakeholders/indigenous peoples.

Surnorte recognized that Canada’s most important contribution toward Latin America is the application of sustainable environmental technologies in the mining sector.

We can provide strategic business advice to Canadian firms interested in establishing a business presence in Latin America and promoting export development marketing strategies based on Canadian´s competitive advantages.

Our multicultural values and international experiences have prepared us as professionals that can provide strategic business advice to Canadian firms interested in establishing a business presence in Chile and promoting export development marketing strategies based on Canadian´s competitive advantages.

Over ten years of experience in all phases of developing national and international projects in developing and developed countries such as; Canada, Uruguay, Venezuela, and Chile has given Surnorte the ability to succeed in identifying potential growth opportunities together with local partners (Academia, ministries, companies and communities). 

By applying ‘appropriate technology,’ which is a culturally sensitive technology yet ecologically sound and economically sustainable, we can strengthen the goal of pursuing sustainable development of many countries in the regions.

We are representing two leading technologies one on hydrological modelling for extreme events (Wet Area Mapping, WAM) and the other from Canadianpond a partner for the sustainability, maintenance and preservation of water bodies.

WAM is an important Canadian technology that we acting as their liaison and representation in Latin America is the Forest Watershed Research Center at the University of New Brunswick, Canada. We had used this technology in the Chilean mining sector.

From Canadianpond we are selecting one of their flagship technology (Air Bubble Barrier) that is helping desalination plants around the world. Namely by stopping aquatic blooms (Jellyfish, red tide, alga, etc.) from entering into intake pipes.


A bubble curtain from canadianpond
The principle of operation of a bubble curtain consists of creating a more or less dense wall, a flexible barrier of bubbles that rises continuously from the bottom of the water to the surface.

Bubble curtain from Canadianpond (canadianpond.ca) see video from Youtube