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Quest Resource Management Group Is Nominated for Business of the Year

FRISCO, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 01/20/14 -- Quest Resource Management Group, LLC, a subsidiary of Quest Resource Holding Corporation (OTCQB: QRHC) (Quest), today announced it has been nominated for Business of the Year by the Frisco Chamber of Commerce. In addition, Quest's CEO, Brian Dick, has been nominated for Entrepreneur of the Year. Results will be announced January 24th at Frisco's Chamber of Commerce 30th Annual Awards Celebration.

"It is an honor for Quest to be recognized as business of the year in our community, and I am delighted to be a finalist for entrepreneur of the year," said Brian Dick, Quest's CEO. "Quest was started from my Frisco home office, my business partner's back porch and the Starbucks on Main Street where we held corporate meetings. To have grown to over $130mm in revenues in less than 6 years and have 75 employees took a team effort. I have always been fortunate to have great people around me to carry out our vision and goals. Frisco has been a great community for us to expand our business and provides a true edge in attracting high caliber talent."

About Quest Resource Management Group, LLC
Quest Resource Management Group, LLC ("QuestRMG") is a full service environmental consulting and management company, headquartered in Frisco, Texas. Quest RMG supports the efforts of Fortune 500 companies to maximize profits and mitigate risks, while minimizing their ecological footprints. Quest RMG's clients span numerous industry segments, including food services, hospitality, healthcare, manufacturing, construction, automotive aftermarket, and fleet industries. QuestRMG provides clients with comprehensive sustainability programs, innovative recycling solutions, and proven environmental protection. Quest prides itself in delivering targeted solutions exclusively tailored to the needs of each respective client. QuestRMG is a subsidiary under the Quest portfolio of companies (OTCQB: QRHC). (www.questrmg.com)

About Quest Resource Holding Corporation
Quest provides effective programs for sustainability, recycling, and resource management. Through its subsidiaries, Quest Resource Management Group, LLC and Earth911, Inc., Quest designs and manages the program's execution and delivers the digital resource for content and data for a lower-waste lifestyle. Quest is dedicated to creating a more sustainable and profitable approach for its enterprise clients, and a multifaceted and inclusive medium for sustainability publishing. (OTCQB: QRHC) (www.QRHC.com).

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