ddms, inc. Receives 2021 EBJ Business Achievement Award for Social Contribution
ddms, inc. Receives 2021 EBJ Business Achievement Award
Environmental Journal Recognizes Firms for Business Achievement in Growth, M&A, Technology and Innovation
San Diego, Calif. (February 2022) —Environmental Business Journal®* (EBJ), a business research publication which provides high value strategic business intelligence to the environmental industry*, has honored de maximis Data Management Services (ddms) with a Business Achievement Award for Social Contribution in 2021.
“In a year of economic recovery in 2021 that still posed its own challenges, it is a testament to the resilience of the environmental industry and its leaders in business and innovation to have such a fine constellation of winners of the annual EBJ Awards,” said Grant Ferrier, president of Environmental Business International Inc. (EBI, Inc.), publisher of Environmental Business Journal®.
ddms was recognized for a stellar philanthropic year with engaging programs and corporate contributions to local and nationally recognized organizations. In 2021, ddms focused on a Double Your Donation monetary match program, company volunteer time off, and employee mental health awareness. The most inspiring aspect of ddms’ Philanthropy Committee is our year over year participation and the doubling of the 2022 philanthropic budget.
The 2021 EBJ awards will be presented live and in-person at the EBJ Business Achievement Awards banquet at Environmental Industry Summit XX on March 16-18, 2022 in San Diego. Environmental Industry Summit XX will be EBI’s first in-person meeting of the environmental industry since 2019.
* Environmental Business Journal® provides strategic information and market forecasts for executives involved in 13 business segments, including environmental consulting & engineering, remediation, water & wastewater, air quality & pollution control, hazardous waste, instrumentation, pollution control equipment, waste management, resource recovery, solid waste management, renewable energy and environmental information systems.