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Environmental Chemical Company Celebrates 30th Anniversary

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The regional distributor was started in February, 1981 by then-president Steven Weiss. Barry Eldridge, joined the company later that year as a sales and technical representative.

| February 17, 2011

Environmental Chemical Co., Inc., a regional distributor of products for pest management professionals has started its 30th year in business.  

The company was started in February, 1981 by then-president Steven Weiss. Barry Eldridge, joined the company later that year as a sales and technical representative. Following the untimely passing of Weiss in 1997, Eldridge took over the company in 1999 and continues to serve as president.

Environmental Chemical Co. continues to help pest management, lawn care and tree care customers by providing products , repair parts and service with the motto:  “Environmentally Friendly”.

 

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