Colorado Medical Waste, a company that provides medical waste disposal services to generators along Colorado’s Front Range, has recently announced that the company is celebrating one of its own being named as a finalist for the Denver Business Journal’s — Outstanding Women In Business Award. Beverly Hanstrom, the company’s owner, is a finalist in the small business owners category. There were 240 total nominations for the award, and the 36 women who were chosen as finalists were notified of their status on July 8th, 2016.
“We couldn’t be more proud of our team here at Colorado Medical Waste and all that we’ve accomplished together since opening our doors more than twenty years ago,” said Beverly Hanstrom, the Outstanding Women in Business Award finalist and Colorado Medical Waste’s owner. “Every day we strive to be a representation of excellence in our field. We’ve made a commitment to innovation that can be seen in our introduction of ozone processing, and we’re excited and thankful that the Denver Business Journal recognizes what we stand for.”
Finalists for the Outstanding Women In Business Award will be evaluated in four distinct categories: innovation, entrepreneurship, professional accomplishments, and community leadership. The Denver Business Journal will dedicate a special section to the 13 women they select for the award in their August issue, which is slated for publication on August 26th, 2016. On August 25th, a day before publication, DBJ will hold an Outstanding Women in Business Awards Event.
As Hanstrom goes on to say, “Becoming a finalist for the DBJ’s Women In Business Award is not about just one person. It’s about an entire team of people here at our company who have made a commitment to making a difference. Clean air, water and land are not a birthright, but our responsibility, and we see it as our mission to help others take on that responsibility. We believe that our future on this planet is worth the fight. We congratulate our fellow finalists, and we are grateful that the Denver Business Journal understands and believes in the important work we do.”
About Colorado Medical Waste:
Since 1992, Colorado Medical Waste has provided medical waste disposal services to generators along Colorado’s Front Range. In March 2014, they introduced ozone processing to Colorado at their facility in Aurora and turned medical waste into confetti. Striving to bring medical waste management into the 21st century, their ozone processor reduces waste volume by 90 percent with zero emissions.
Name: Beverly Hanstrom
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Organization: Colorado Medical Waste
Phone: (303) 794-5716
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