Ecosulis held an internal Blog writing competition in November 2010 and we would love your help in choosing a winner! This competition was for Blogs written in November 2010 (uploaded November and late December 2010) and you will be able to vote until 31 January 2011.
All you need to do to participate is to read the Blogs and select your three favourite. The results of this questionnaire alongside the number of unique hits on the specific webpages will be used to identify a winner. The winner will be announced at the beginning of February 2011.
We at Ecosulis would like to wish all our clients, associates and visitors to our Blog a very Merry Christmas.
Thank you for your continued support and interest in Ecosulis. 2010 has been a very exciting year for Ecosulis, we have:
Ecosulis has long held the ISO standard 9001 but has recently attained ISO 14001 and is in the initial stages of progressing through OHSAS 18001, the international occupational health and safety management system specification. The combination of these three elements will reduce the amount of time spent completing arduous pre-qualification questionnaires and help us to achieve preferred supplier status with our clients.
Ecosulis http://www.ecosulis.co.uk is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and is delighted to announce the opening of its Exeter office at the Innovation Centre, Exeter University. The office is being headed up by Director, Hannah Maben, who has worked for Ecosulis for over five years from its head office in Bath. Hannah has a background in Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), Ecological Consulting, and Ecological Contracting and Countryside Management, and prior to joining Ecosulis, worked for a large international multi-discipl
By Gordon Richardson, Exeter Express & Echo, 18th October 2010
Environmental consultancy and contractor Ecosulis is celebrating its 20th anniversary by launching two new departments.
The Newton St Loe-based firm, which toasted its birthday with a party at Bath Racecourse earlier this month, is broadening the scope of its business as it rallies following the economic downturn. Experienced consultant and energy sector specialist Rod Ellison has joined the firm as an associate director to set up a new department specialising in environmental impact assessment and planning.
Ecosulis are to offer their skills free of charge to ensure great crested newts and water voles are protected during the Wichelstowe Canal Festival.
Alongside other companies such as BAM Nuttall and Taylor Wimpey, who are providing fresh water and machinery, Ecosulis are keen to facilitate the festivities, by providing ecological support.