Midwest Makes Inc’s List of the Top Privately-Owned Environmental Services Companies, Part of the Inc 5000, for the fifth time.

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Canton, Ohio – October 1, 2012 – For the fifth time in six years, Midwest has earned a position on the Inc 5000 annual ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in America, the only dust-control and soil stabilization company with a presence among the Top Privately Owned Environmental Services firms on the list.

“Environmentally friendly is not something that Midwest has become,” said founder and CEO Robert Vitale. “It is something we have always been since our founding more than 38 years ago.” Currently the company is pioneering new environmentally-sound surface preservation and alternative construction systems for unpaved roads.

New and advanced products that are easy on the environment but tough on dust are always in development at Midwest. In the past several years, Midwest has received 11 United States patents for SF2, a strength-building system for roads built on marginal soils, the Road-Bldr® System, and other soil modifications and improvement systems.

Midwest is the world leader in environmentally sound dust control, erosion control, and soil stabilization technology. We bring our customers more solutions, documentation and support than any other manufacturer. On a daily basis, we challenge ourselves to become even more accessible problem solvers so we can set a new industry standard for proactive and responsive service. Pushing the envelope is part of our corporate DNA, and we strive, always, to develop cutting-edge processes, products and services; stay on top of the learning curve, and educate our customers for our mutual success.

Stephanie Cornell is the Director of Marketing at Midwest Industrial Supply, Inc. She has over 30 years with the company and extensive experience with marketing strategy, competitive analysis, product marketing, and inbound and outbound communications.

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