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Our core mission is to advance the commercialization and adoption of environmental technology. It’s becoming more critical by the day and this is our way of contributing to improving the planet and implementing solutions for a cleaner world.

 

Our vertically integrated approach and multi-pronged business model of sales, search, and spinoff allow us to tighten the collaborative circle between industry, science, and startups and further our mission to get environmental technology out of the lab and into the market.

 

We also believe in working to create the conditions and opportunities to bring meaningful work to the talented minds of today, many of whom are striving for easy money or creating solutions to inconsequential problems. There are enough critical issues on this planet requiring a concerted effort of multiple generations of brilliant minds, so redirecting and unlocking all of that potential energy is also a core mission of ours. If we can create the conditions for just a few entrepreneurs to work on environmental technology instead of note-taking apps and advertising, we’ll have done our jobs

WHO WE ARE

We're often asked why our company is called NoOddJob. For us, ensuring that we have a clean and healthy planet cannot be reduced to a simple “odd job”, or small and routine task. Also, we really like Goldeneye N64.

If you know, you know. 

INDUSTRIES WE SUPPORT

Water

Waste

Materials

Renewable Energy

Bioremediation

Chemistry

Industrial Efficiency

Agriculture

ABOUT US

Max Finder - Founder and CEO

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Max believes in the urgency of developing and deploying environmental technology and in the untapped potential of the sector. He has worked for a decade in environmental technology, both as an early founding team member at Inerjys, a renewable energy venture fund, and as an operator with several water and renewables startups in Israel and North America. He holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from McGill University.Max believes in the urgency of developing and deploying environmental technology and in the untapped potential of the sector. He has worked for a decade in environmental technology, both as an early founding team member at Inerjys, a renewable energy venture fund, and as an operator with several water and renewables startups in Israel and North America. He holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from McGill University.