“We will provide branded products and services of superior quality and value that improve the lives of the world’s population. As a result, consumers will reward us with leadership sales, profits and value creation, allowing our people, our shareholders, and the communities in which we live and work to prosper.”
“Our goal is to be the leader in every market we serve, to the benefit of our customers and our shareholders.”
“To be the best run, most profitable Environmental Resources Company. Our goal is to provide the best products, services & solutions available in the industry.
The purpose of ESS is to earn money for its shareholders and increase the value of their investment. We will do that through growing the company, controlling assets and properly structuring the balance sheet, thereby increasing the EPS. Cash flow, and return on invested capital.
In fact, one of the single most important benefits we offer clients is that, because of our 38 years’ experience across multiple industries, in a huge variety of geographical and, therefore, environmental conditions, our solutions will usually both exceed legislative requirements and be the most affordable and sustainable option.
Footprint (South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, DRC, Congo – Brazzaville, Central African Republic)
Our customers cover the full spectrum of private and public enterprise, from local, regional, and national governments and public sector organisations such as hospitals, schools, and agri-businesses to listed companies and small and medium enterprises.
We operate in all sectors, applying specialist skills and experience in a holistic, integrated way. No matter where ESS is, all our customers benefit from our knowledge, products and services along with best practice methodologies.
Our head offices are in Rivonia, Gauteng, South Africa. We also operate and in conjunction with our partners in East, West, and Central Africa.
The depth of our experience in environmental solutions is available to our customers and encompasses most environmental issues current in Africa today.