Environmental Essentials is a specialist provider of a comprehensive range of asbestos management, training and removal services. We are dedicated to delivering practical cost effective work placesolutions and impartial advice. With your asbestos management in our hands you can focus on your core business interests, confident in the knowledge that you are compliant with your legal obligations and providing a safe built environment for your employee's and clientele.
A&D ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LTD are based in Flint, North Wales, and offer efficient asbestos removals and quality thermal insulation services. With more than 100 years of combined experience betweenour staff, we feel fully qualified to sesitive, give good advice and treat asbestos specifically to any scenario taking into consideration each customers unique requirements. A lot of our work comes from customer recommendations, so we must be doing something right.
Marches Ecology was formed in May 2006 by Max Ellson and Tom Knight. We are based in northeast Wales and provide independent ecological consultancy services to the private and public sectors. Thecompany benefits from the ecological skills, broad knowledge and extensive consultancy experience of both partners. Marches Ecology also retains a number of associate ecologists who are able to provide specialist expertise and facilities in key areas.
Our consultants include environmental scientists and engineers, risk assessors and associated geotechnical and computer modelling experts. We work with an extensive network of other advisors andconsultants including civil engineers, surveyors, architects, planners, noise consultants and ecologists.
North Wales Wildlife Trust has had a consultancy arm since 1995, with Enfys Ecology being launched in 2010. As a Wildlife Trust Consultancy we are in the privileged position of being able to call uponthe knowledge and expertise of the Trust staff who have been protecting North Wales' Wildlife for the last 50 years. Frances has worked in charity and commercial wildlife conservation in North Wales for 25 years.