Norwood, Massachusetts (PressExposure) December 28, 2011 -- What's the value of a good idea? The answer is nothing. That's according to American scientist and inventor Thomas Edison, who once said, "The value of an idea lies in the using of it." Ideas become powerful when they are put to work.
PCT's second annual Companies to Watch special report highlights 25 companies that are putting good ideas to work to achieve their business goals. EHS is being recognized for their technological advancements (website, computer technology, training-educational offerings, and social media sites) and their award winning customer service techniques.
"We are extremely honored to have been selected. It is truly a team effort at EHS and we are always looking for innovative ideas that will help us continue to deliver exceptional service to our clients", said George Williams Jr., A.C.E., General Manager-Staff Entomologist for EHS, Inc.
Environmental Health Services, Inc. was established in 1986 and is a leading pest management provider serving residential and commercial consumers in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. EHS pioneered concepts such as preventive exclusion and utilization of low impact products which have now become industry standards.
EHS believes there is strong value in providing a solution rather than a band aid approach (treating the symptoms) to any pest problem.
Using these simple ideals EHS has since become one of Massachusetts' and Rhode Island's most respected pest management companies. From the in-house staff training by provided by our board certified entomologist to the educational seminars we offer to our clients, EHS is a firm believer that knowledge and understanding are the keys to keeping our families healthy and our environment sustainable.
"We conceived and developed the Pest Control Company on the very same Green principles that we embrace today. It was just plain old-fashioned common sense. Clients liked what we offered back then. A professional company that was willing to take extra time to seal an entry point in their home to solve the problem. EHS still operates on these very principles today. Our goal wasn't to be the largest company in New England, just the best." - John Stellberger