Eco Sustainable Solutions invests in a third Terex Finlay 883 Screener
Based beside Bournemouth airport is Eco Sustainable Solutions. This company was formed in 1993 by Trelawny Dampney. Trelawney had the vision to start the company after a friend came back from a visit to Germany reporting the story of how he saw them collect garden waste and turn it into compost.
Over the course of the next twenty years, Eco evolved into a successful, trusted and respected business. Its commitment to innovation distinguishes it from all competition. Taking climate changes into account, Eco strongly believes that renewable energy represents the future.
Their evolving techniques have saved councils and taxpayers thousands of pounds and the company has been recognised both locally and nationwide. Eco currently process upwards of 250,000 tons of organic material over four separate facilities, an output cementing their position at the forefront of this
Building a relationship
Supplying them their screeners and trommels is Molson Finlay and they have had a successful relationship with Eco for the last fifteen years. Gareth Johnson expanded on that relationship. “We listen to the customer. We don’t go in there and try to sell a machine, we listen to what they need and then give them the best application for their needs. We always listen to their feedback and work with Trelawney and Justin Dampney to ensure that their needs are satisfied. We have always worked with the philosophy that getting the order is only the start of the relationship. Our equipment is widely known as the most available to work and we adhere to an efficient and compatible back up system to ensure the equipment is always available to work. I believe that this is Eco's third 883 screen” said Gareth.