Heads one of the fastest growing environmental services company in the country.
Escondido, Calif – February 19, 2013 – Ingenium, a full-spectrum innovative environmental services company focused on providing creative, sustainable solutions for regulated waste management announced today that Heather Dody has been named new Executive Director. Previously Director of Sales for Ingenium, and one of the company’s original founders, Dody was selected to take on the new role due in part to her particular skills with messaging and advocacy, by mutual agreement of all partners.
Dody has over 16 years of experience in the sustainable waste management industry. Prior positions include time at All Chemical Disposal which was acquired by Stericycle, and Director of Sales at Advanced Chemical Transport. She is also well known throughout the industry for her participation and advocacy in a variety of industry organizations including life sciences and environmental sustainability groups.
“Ingenium is focused on helping businesses that produce hazardous, biomedical and radiological waste to find solutions that go beyond disposal,” said Dody. “Our goal is to create business partnerships that address cost, risk and liability reduction by implementing solutions and processes that also best serve environmental purposes. Because of this focus, we are uniquely positioned to help companies effectively handle their waste while meeting or exceeding sustainability goals. It’s an approach that’s working.”
For the second year in a row, Ingenium was named by Inc.com as one of the top 100 fastest growing environmental services companies in the nation with a 68% increase over 3 years. The company plans to continue this accelerated growth rate with expansion into new territories, acquisitions, and ongoing innovation of technologies and processes to achieve ever increasing sustainability goals for waste management.
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.