RJM has been nominated by the European Business Awards as one of Europe’s best companies in the first ever ‘Ones to Watch’ list.
RJM International’s work in combatting air pollution in Beijing has been recognised by the Energy Institute, the global professional body for the energy sector.
The Lord Lieutenant of Hampshire, Nigel Atkinson, formally presented the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation 2017 to RJM’s Managing Director, John Goldring, on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen at a ceremony held in RJM’s new offices in WInchester.
The Award recognises that RJM has developed and is now successfully marketing worldwide, a new technology that enables power stations and other large combustion plant to meet the latest international emissions regulations.
RJM now meets the ISO 9001. 2015 Quality Management System Standard. It identifies an approved set of best operating standards internally and also gives customers and business partners additional confidence when entering into commercial agreements with RJM.
For its paper on its world-beating Ultra-Low NOx Burner Retrofit Technology, RJM won a “Highly Commended” Award at Power-Gen Europe, Milan, June 2016.
The award recognises RJM’s ground-breaking dual purpose coal and biomass-fired Ultra-Low NOx Burner. Designed and developed in-house by RJM’s combustion engineers, its adoption enables thermal-fired plants to simultaneously reduce NOx and reduce their carbon emissions.
RJM has won the “Business of the Year” Award at the 13th Annual Winchester Business Excellence Awards, beating 20 other finalists. RJM also won the the individual category prize, “Large Business of the Year”.