Next Green Wave Holdings Inc. has announced that it has been granted Conditional Use Permits (CUP’s) for nursery and both non-volatile and volatile extraction operations for its 3,240 ft² indoor facility (Site ‘C’) by the City of Coalinga, CA. The Company has also received approval for the facility site design allowing for construction preparations to commence.
"Obtaining this latest nursery CUP will enable Next Green Wave to accelerate its seed and seedling production program (including clones) for its own yield, as well as sale to licensed commercial growers and resellers. Furthermore, the facility will help expedite innovative tissue culture research and the development of new high-quality cannabis strains using Intrexon’s Botticelli™ platform. Successfully completing this research project will allow Next Green Wave to produce and sell seeds or clones that have standardized plant attributes and are pathogen and pesticide free, thus providing a premium, unique product to the cannabis industry.", the team with the company explains.
"Next Green Wave is licensed for both volatile and non-volatile extraction on its 35,000 ft² facility (Site ‘A’) and now has obtained a CUP for volatile and non-volatile extraction on Site C. Non-volatile extraction permits use of C02, ethanol, water and other methods that are not volatile during the extraction procedure. Manufacturing of products such as edibles, topical products, infusion, packaging, and labelling will be vital to developing our high-quality brands and the ability of providing tolling services to other cannabis companies not licensed to process their own biomass material or finished products." the company points out.
"Site C will undergo construction to accommodate the extraction equipment, nursery vegetative grow rooms, and research and development area. The construction period is estimated to be completed within 6-8 weeks before final occupancy approval can be issued by the City of Coalinga", the company concludes.