Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno continued her Small Business tour today with a stop at PARS Environmental, Inc., a full service environmental consulting company that offers creative solutions on a broad range of engineering, health and safety, and environmental issues.
“PARS Environmental is a prime example that small businesses can make huge contributions to our economy,” said Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno. “The expertise PARS provides is unmatched, as evidenced by the numerous honors and awards it has received. The Christie Administration is proud of PARS’ commitment to excellence and commends them on their accomplishments in the environmental engineering industry.”
PARS Environmental, Inc. develops innovative environmental technologies that help clients solve their most difficult environmental, health and safety and engineering problems. Their services include remedial investigations, risk assessments, industrial hygiene, and treatment system design, construction and maintenance. In addition, PARS is actively involved in the research, development and commercialization of green, sustainable and environmentally friendly innovative remediation technologies related to the treatment of soil and groundwater as well as the study of waste water treatment systems. Founded in 2003 with just five employees, PARS now employs more than 50 people between their Robbinsville headquarters and other regional offices. Their client base includes government agencies, Fortune 500 companies, heavy manufacturing firms and major utilities.
“We are delighted to welcome Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno to our headquarters in Robbinsville and to discuss PARS’ involvement with environmental projects across the state,” stated Kiran K. Gill, President and CEO, PARS Environmental, Inc. “Operating as a small business in New Jersey for over 15 years, we appreciate the tremendous talent and expertise available in New Jersey which has fueled our growth for the past several years.”
PARS President, Kiran K. Gill was recently selected by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) as the 2014 Small Business Person of the Year for the State of New Jersey. Last year, Gill was recognized by NJBIZ magazine with its prestigious “Forty Under 40” award. The Society of Indo American Engineers and Architects has also recognized Ms. Gill for her achievements in pioneering leadership as president of a Women and Minority-owned Business Enterprise.
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