Welcome to Environmental Solutions Ltd.
Since 1991 ESL has been a leader of environmental companies in Jamaica, striving for the preservation of the fragile balance that exists between environment and development. For our clients, we continue to aid them to better understand the many reasons and benefits accruing from business practices that complement the environment and improve standard of living and quality of life for staff, customers and the general community. We should all acknowledge the importance of the natural environment in our planning.
Do you have business initiatives that may require our range of services?
You may refer to our services page or contact us today.
Always remember that the natural environment (this planet) is the only one we have. So the inclination to want to see our people, your friends, family and future generations have a natural environment through which they can grow, play and thrive should be a leading priority.
ESL: Leading the Charge for Better Regional Environmental Practices
In October 2016, we were the proud recipients of the National Quality Award for Excellence in the Small and Medium Enterprise category. Longstanding commitments to our clients, the highest quality results together with excellence in service, communication and end delivery are some of the requirements of our team that we believe led to ESL receiving this prestigious award.
The National Quality Awards (NQA) Programme is Jamaica’s first quality systems based awards ceremony. It seeks to recognize and reward local companies that demonstrate the application of standards and quality systems in both the production of goods and delivery of services.
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