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Top Company 2011 finalist: EnviroTech Services Inc.

EnviroTech Services Inc.
Years in business: 22
Location: Greeley
CEO: Roger Knoph (watch an interview on ColoradoBiz TV.)
Employees: 82
Company snapshot:
EnviroTech Services develops products and services for road maintenance to clients in the United States and Canada. As public awareness and governmental regulations have increased over the years, the company has worked to develop products that are both economical and environmental. Its products and services include de-icing agents, dust control and soil stabilizing products, sensor and spray systems, and other specialty products.
Notable practices: With proprietary products in both de-icing and dust control, EnviroTech Services has established itself as an innovator in the road solutions industry. Quality control and the use of research and development are critical
to outstanding performance in this industry. As
the company expands and builds new plants across the country, quality control becomes even more obligatory.
Community involvement: Each member of the company's executive team as well as HR holds a position on the board of a nonprofit, including Weld County Boys & Girls Club, the Greeley Transitional House, Longs Peak Council Boy Scouts, Adams 50 Education Foundation and A Woman's Place. EnviroTech employees also volunteer at community organizations. Both money and time were donated toward building a house with Habitat for Humanity.

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