Association for Corporate Growth Names REGENESIS Annual Award Winner for the Green Technology Category
By Bryan Vigue V.P. Marketing, REGENESIS
Each year, in southern California, the Association for Corporate Growth, Orange County Chapter, (ACG OC) selects several Orange County based companies to be recognized in a variety of categories for their outstanding dedication, leadership and accomplishments. During this annual event, the ACG OC, its members and its sponsors pay tribute to the companies who have distinguished themselves as leaders in the Orange County business community.
At Thursday night’s Awards Gala, REGENESIS was recognized with the 2012 ACG Award in the Green Technology Category. The award was given to REGENESIS for the Company’s efforts in the development of innovative and green technologies to restore contaminated environments around the globe. Several examples include:
- Development of the first technology to restore polluted groundwater and soil in-place without pumping the water to the surface or digging up the soil- Oxygen Release Compound (ORC®). This technology has saved property owners millions of dollars in dealing with environmental pollution.
- REGENESIS was the first company to be recognized for an environmental restoration technology that has a “low carbon output” and a high” Net Environmental Benefit” (Green Technology) 2001- State of New Jersey.
- Over 18,000 contaminated properties have been restored with REGENESIS products world-wide.
At the event and in front of the 400 prominent Orange County business leaders, Mr. Christopher Graham, Regenesis’ Chief Financial Officer accepted the award on behalf of the Company.
Other nominees in various categories like growth, global and innovation include companies such as: Ingram Micro, Anabi Oil Corporation, JWC Environmental, Brandman University, Suntrek Industries, etc. Corporate sponsors of this event include: Wells Fargo, East West Bank, Union Bank of California, Grant Thornton, Haskell and White, Snell and Wilmer, Singer Lewak and a host of others.
For more information visit: http://www.acgoc.org/default.asp