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The industrial hygiene consulting company Indoor Environmental Concepts (IEC) has recently received its Lead Evaluation Contractor certification, which is required to perform lead hazard evaluation or abatement in New Jersey. The NJ Department of Community Affairs accreditation (NJ DCA) allows IEC to do lead inspections and risk assessments on commercial, residential and public buildings.

Marlton-based payroll and HR provider Workplace Human Capital Management was recently named one of Philadelphia 100 Forum’s Top 100 fastest-growing businesses in the Philadelphia area for the third year in a row.

The New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission is accepting applications for wholesale, distribution and delivery of recreational cannabis business licenses through Dec. 26, with priority given to social equity and diversely owned businesses.

On Sept. 6, the Rowan College of South Jersey’s Gloucester campus honored late Gloucester County commission director Robert M. Damminger with an endowment-signing ceremony. The Robert M. Damminger Memorial Endowment will provide a student with scholarship support while they pursue their studies in the education field.

In a partnership that will formally launch later this month, the New Jersey Bankers Association has joined forces with the Arizona Bankers Association to establish the Bankers Fintech Council. The initiative aims to create a platform for global fintech companies to foster economic growth within the financial services industry in the associations’ respective states, while also serving as a pioneering convergence of both fintech enterprises and traditional banking institutions.

Davis Physical Therapy and Sports Rehab has opened its 5,000-square-foot facility located at 338 Stokes Road, Medford. That new more-than-doubled space, which includes 800 square feet of open space, will expand the services and programming the physical-therapy facility can offer its patients.

Gloucester County Habitat for Humanity (GCHFH) launched its new website Sept. 27, which prominently features the Harness Giving donation portal and helps donors better connect with the nonprofit’s mission. Additionally, brand-new volunteer and furniture donation pick-up forms are also now available on the newly redesigned site at

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Published (and copyrighted) in South Jersey Biz, Volume 13, Issue 10 (October 2023).

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