Moving America Forward
After a request from the shows’ producers and an in depth pre interview Ted Budzynski Owner/President of ENRC was selected by William Shatner to be featured in a segment on the show Moving America Forward hosted and created by William Shatner. Ted and Sandy Marion (VP of Business Development) flew to LA California and had the privilege of being interviewed by Doug Llewelyn. The interview focused on 3 projects in New Jersey and New York. Ted received recognition for his work and was awarded a plaque from the show in honor of continuing to Move America Forward.
St. Bernard Project
In the summer of 2015 Ted Budzynski formed a crew to volunteer for a few days each week for 2 weeks with the St. Bernard Project which is an organization dedicated to rebuilding homes for those who lost them due to Superstorm Sandy. In an on-going effort to include philanthropy in our way of life Ted has dedicated a crew on a regular basis during the winter months of 2015-2016 to St. Bernard Project. The ENRC team all enjoyed the experience and are looking forward to working with them in the future.
SBP New Jersey
8 River Street
Sea Bright, NJ 07760
Simeone Car Museum
In 2013 ENRC treated our clients and vendors to a “Night at the Museum”. The Simeone Care Museums’ founder Dr. Frederick Simeone has assembled over the past 50 years more than 65 historically significant cars including Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, Bugatti, Corvette and Aston Martin to name a few. Our clients had full reign over the museum for the night and were able to view the classics up close and personal. Although no cars were given out that night many were not left empty handed. ENRC had gift baskets, dinner and sports tickets, wine and such to give away as door prizes.
ENRC had such a great attendance at our customer appreciation event the prior year at the Franklin Institute that we decided to do it again.
This time we held a private party at the PECO (Gorilla) Exhibit after the zoo closed to the public. We held an auction with the benefits going towards the new Salvation Army KROC Center in Camden NJ. It was a great night of charity, food and fun.
July 27, 2011
ENRC sponsored a private event at the Changing Earth exhibit of the Franklin Institute for our clients. The entire section is constructed of recycled materials, reinforcing the the importance of our industry in daily life.
EPCON 2010 - Sponsor
Pines Manor – Edison, NJ
New Jersey’s Premier Environmental Procurement Conference
On Monday April 19th, ENRC was co-sponsor and exhibitor at the EPCON 2010 Conference in Edison, NJ. Over 100 participants attended. Sandy Marion, ENRC Vice President of Business Development headed the effort in in her dual role as also co-chair for CIANJ. EPCON is a trade show derived from the Environmental Business Council of the CIANJ. The conference provided companies in our industry an opportunity to network with like companies and learn about the latest advancements in environmental products, services and research in alternate remedial technologies.
The National Brownfields Conference
ENRC participated in the conference and sessions at this large, comprehensive conference focused on cleanup and redevelopment of abandoned and potentially contaminated properties throughout the nation. In addition to environmental contractors, the conference was attended by government leaders, federal contractors, risk management practitioners, engineers, IT professionals, real estate developers, among others.
Additionally, while in New Orleans, Sandy Marion volunteered for two days with Habitat for Humanity in their continued efforts to rebuild New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
ENRC is entering its 8th year as a member of the EBC Roundtable held every odd month 8:00am at the PSE&G training Center in Edison, NJ. The EBC Roundtable Breakfast brings together members of the environmental business community to discuss new regulatory developments and other emerging issues and trends affecting the environmental industry. ENRC has been a sponsor for EBCs golf outings since 2008.
874 Piney Hollow Road
PO Box 70
Winslow, NJ 08095