Providing drug free workplaces in the Riverina

Big growth: Greg Higgins opened the Drug Detection Agency Wagga Wagga 18 months ago and has already seen significant growth.

Big growth: Greg Higgins opened the Drug Detection Agency Wagga Wagga 18 months ago and has already seen significant growth.

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A revolutionary Wagga business is being recognised in three categories of this year's Golden Crow Awards.

The Drug Detection Agency Wagga Wagga is a finalist in Excellence in Social Enterprise, Start Up Superstar and Best New Business.

The business offers employers drug detection solutions from education to policy development and drug testing.

Managing director Greg Higgins started the business in the Riverina 18 months ago.

The international company has been operating for 13 years and has excellent coverage across Australia.

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Mr Higgins was pleased to become a finalist in three categories.

“I’m honoured that the business has been recognised,” he said.

The Drug Detection Agency Wagga quickly grew from a one man show when Mr Higgins put an employee on after just a few months.

He hopes the growth won’t stop there with goals to continue to grow the business into the future.

“We’ve seen significant growth in the past 18 months and want to continue this in Wagga and the Riverina,” Mr Higgins said.

Companies can contact the Drug Detection Agency Wagga about how to construct and implement drug and alcohol processes.

“We offer the support needed for effective drug and alcohol processes to be introduced to a workplace including assistance with policy, education and supportive NATA accredited testing,” Mr Higgins said.

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