Even the contents of Windex considered hazardous

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Courtesy of Verisk 3E

Handling hazardous materials and managing regulatory compliance are necessary evils in the workplace. Carlsbad-based 3E Co. is one of the few firms that gladly manages the tasks.

3E has slowly built a foundation on providing environmental health and safety compliance services since its inception in 1988. It's only been within the last two years the company has reaped the fruits of its labor. . The company's employee count has doubled in size to 300 compared with 160 in 2004, with more than 22 staffers hired within the last few months. Revenues have jumped from $18 million two years ago to an anticipated $46 million to $50 million this year. Revenue for 2005 was reported at $34 million.

Robert Christie, 3E president and chief executive officer, said the company is expected to grow an additional 30 to 50 percent this year.

'The biggest challenge is managing the growth,' said Christie, who is tasked with moving executive staff to its new corporate headquarters. 'It's harder to manage hyper-growth as opposed to a company that's downsizing.'

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