B.C. inventor wins Manning Innovation Award
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CALGARY - Ray Roussy, a mechanical engineer from Surrey, BC (left), will take home a coveted $10,000 Innovation Award from the Ernest C. Manning Awards Foundation (www.manningawards.ca) for developing one of the fastest drilling systems in the world.
Roussy’s sonic drilling technology (www.sonicdrilling.com), which he began developing in his own backyard nearly three decades ago, is in use on six continents and gaining worldwide recognition, especially as an environmentally-friendly alternative.
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