Staffing Firm On Demand Environmental Becomes Trispyrian Resources to Reflect Broader Technical Capabilities

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Professional staffing company On Demand Environmental, a division of Trinity Consultants, announces today a company name change to Trispyrian Resources, reflecting the firm's evolution to include engineering. operations, and environmental, health and safety.

Professional staffing company On Demand Environmental announces today a company name change to Trispyrian Resources. The new name reflects the search firm’s evolution to include engineering, operations, and environmental, health and safety. As satisfied client companies began to request assistance in filling a broader span of technical roles, the firm responded by expanding its mission.

Christina Ridge, Vice President of Trispyrian Resources, commented on the rebranding, “Our business is rooted in building meaningful relationships with our clients and connecting them with outstanding talent that meets their staffing needs.”

Jan Martin, Vice President, added “As Trispyrian Resources, we are excited to partner with our valued clients on additional technical positions to meet their hiring needs. We will continue to connect exceptional technical candidates with great companies.”

The name Trispyrian Resources combines a reference to parent company Trinity Consultants with the old English term “spyrian” meaning “to search.” The new name is effective immediately. For more information, visit http://www.trispyrian.com.

About Trispyrian Resources:

Trispyrian Resources, a division of international environmental consulting firm Trinity Consultants, is a technical search firm focused on engineering, operations, and environmental, health and safety (EHS) professionals. Since 2004, Trispyrian has assisted a wide range of client industries including process industries, general manufacturing, and professional services with candidates of all experience levels. Trispyrian provides its clients with contract, contract-to-hire, and direct hire options.

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