Ingenium Expands Environmental Services Into Washington State
ESCONDIDO, Calif., April 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Ingenium, a full-spectrum innovative environmental services company focused on providing creative, sustainable solutions for regulated waste management announced today the opening of a new facility in Kent, WA with the capability to serve the entire Pacific Northwest. Heading up operations is Corey Johnson, an environmental science professional with over 12 years in the industry, and well known for his dedication to waste solutions that are both environmentally sound and make business sense.
The new operation will be bringing new jobs to the area, as well as Ingenium’s unique dedication to help businesses that produce hazardous, biomedical and radiological waste find solutions that go beyond disposal. The result is business partnerships that address cost, risk and liability reduction by implementing solutions and processes that also best serve environmental goals.
“We are proud to be in the vanguard of regulated waste management in California and other western states Ingenium currently serves,” stated Gary Lundstedt, Executive Director of Ingenium. “With Washington and other Pacific Northwestern states commitment to going ‘green,’ it’s a natural move for us to expand in this area. Our planned expansion was even further expedited when we were able to bring Corey on board, and we look forward to serving the region’s businesses with all the latest in sustainable procedures and processes.”
In preparation for this move, last November, Ingenium became a member of the WBBA (Washington Biotechnology and Biomedical Association), www.washbio.org. The company’s goal is to assist WBBA life science members with information and support for the latest techniques in minimizing waste production, carbon footprint and reducing costs.
“We are very pleased to have as a member a service provider with Ingenium’s unique approach to our special waste issues,” said Dennis Kroft, Director of Marketing and Membership of the WBBA. “We have already met to discuss ways to develop panel discussions to assist our member companies, and the Seattle area as a whole, in understanding that materials once managed as hazardous waste or medical waste can now be recycled or re-purposed in other ways.”
Ingenium is a full-spectrum innovative environmental services company focused on providing creative, sustainable solutions for regulated waste management. Their expertise in packaging, transportation, recycling, repurposing and disposal is combined with an emphasis on business partnerships that work towards cost, risk and liability reduction, as well as societal responsibility. Serving the life sciences, technology and manufacturing communities with hazardous, biological and radiological waste management, Ingenium was recently recognized by Inc 5000 as one of the fastest growing environmental services companies in the United States, and serves all western states from Canada to Mexico. More information about Ingenium can be found at www.pureingenium.com.
Client Contact: Agency Contact: Ingenium Channel Chargers Gary Lundstedt Bertha Edington Executive Director VP Marketing 760-745-8785 888.600.5414 x21