Together, the team brings significant years of highly diversified business experience to give our clients the benefit of a unique perspective, tremendous commitment and world-wide practical experience to the issues.In addition to our internal capability within EHS we also have a strong relationship with our senior technical adviser who started the MSW recycling process in the early 1980s.
We also have access to:
“To provide the most advanced waste management facilities available that can assist governments with exceeding their environmental targets, increase global recycling standards and reduce the levels of environmental damage. Through this we aim to lessen the impact upon the world’s natural resources.”
"EHS has an internal team of professionals as its directors, officers and principal consultants, formed to develop the technical methodology, develop the business and build strong relationships with clients."
Our senior team currently consists of:
Chief Executive; Founder of EHS Global Solutions 2006
Mr, Findlay was educated at Kingsbridge Secondary High Glasgow Scotland, he moved to Jersey in 1978 Mr Findlay worked primarily in the finance industry and government as a civil servant in various department including income tax and law;
He undertook various contracts in the finance industry including Practice Accounting at Moore Stephens chartered accountants, client accounting and credit control, he also worked for various private banks and trust companies in similar positions.
Mr Findlay purchased a company in 2002 for £1 with a debt of over £1m his company is now turning over annually £5.5m and is currently increasing turn over year on year.
He recognized the economic and environmental benefits that will be derived by waste conversion technology. He conceptualized and brought to life an organization which could develop an economical, pollution-free process to convert 100% of curb side/landfill waste and scrap tires into profitable end-products. In 1997, EHS began testing a concept that a process, whereby a mixture of shredded co mingled waste and polymer binders forced through a die or injected into a mould and subjected to heat and pressure, could create stable marketable products, such as construction materials.
International Environment Adviser
ICI Zeneca/Syngenta Agrochemicals 30 years. Retained as consultant Companies served during my consultancy period (in addition to ICI/Zeneca.)
United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) Vienna, Industrial Effluent Treatment, Waste Recycling and Disposal Training in these areas. Essentially in developing countries, Tanzania, Kenya, India, Thailand, Indonesia and China.
Waste Management and Environmental Control (WMEC) Chichester, West Sussex. Industrial effluent treatment, process and plant design. Still involved from time to time. They market the 'Carbo-Flo' industrial-effluent water treatment process, which I devised while working for ICI.
Terence Peter Carre
Financial Consultant to EHS
He began his career in finance at Citibank in Jersey in 1978 where he moved into the Treasury department achieving the rank of Assistant Manager before leaving in 1984 to move to London.
Terry worked in the Money Markets in London for various Banks and Broking Houses until 1998. The highlight of which was, his being voted the best off-balance sheet market maker for ECU (the fore-runner to the Euro) products by his peers in Risk Magazines annual survey in 1993. Since then he has worked at one of the largest Offshore Banks managing the Treasury Risk area responsible for all Market and Liquidity Risk of the institution.
EHS is a dynamic company seeking to improve the world that we hand-on to our children and grandchildren by the introduction of recycling technology that drives towards a “zero to be buried or burned” approach, arrived at without any pollution, especially of air and water. We are merely trustees of this planet for generations yet to come and we must uphold our responsibilities in this regard.