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New extension being built by Eco builders Ecolibrium

Ecosan are currently having an extension built by Eco builders Ecolibrium, a Kent based company. This company tick all the green boxes and this is why Ecosan chose them to carry out the works, they have also worked on sustainable … Read more

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Double success for Kent director at business ‘Oscars’

The director of a Kent washroom recycling business has cleaned up at the region’s most prestigious business awards – the Institute of Directors’ London and South East Director of the Year, sponsored by PricewaterhouseCoopers. Sonja Wood, director of Ashford-based EcoSan … Read more

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Kent Boss shortlisted for business Oscars

A Kent business leader has been shortlisted in two categories for the region’s most prestigious business awards – the Institute of Directors’ London and South East Director of the Year, sponsored by PricewaterhouseCoopers. Sonja Wood, director of Ashford-based EcoSan Services, … Read more

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Keiba 2012 launch

EcoSan attended the launch of the Kent Excellence in Business Awards (KEiBA Awards) for 2012 last Thursday evening (12th of Jan).  It was a well attended event, not least because of the spectacular venue choice being the Shepherd Neame brewery in … Read more

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EcoSan stick to recycling chewing gum!

Three and a half billion pieces of chewing gum are left sticking to UK streets each year. But now environmental big guns Carl and Sonja Wood of Ashford-based EcoSan Services have decided that gum in Kent has had it too … Read more

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EcoSan drives a green open Championship

EcoSan provided eco-friendly washroom services for the 2011 Open Championship at Royal St George’s, Sandwich, hosting 200,000 visitors from around the world. The Club is a highly-acclaimed international golfing destination. Read more

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EcoSan has the nappy know-how to recycle!

EcoSan are the first south-based business to offer sanitary, nappy and incontinence recycling in partnership with Knowaste, the UK’s first-ever facility for recycling nappies. The new Knowaste plant represents a £5 million investment using state-of-the-art technology to recycle absorbent hygiene … Read more