'What a milestone! We are delighted to have logged project number 1000 on our journey of support for our clients. It is a testament to the professionalism and dedication of our team that our clients have trusted us on so many occasions. Many thanks, everyone!'
James Garratt, Managing Director.
This year Enviresearch donated 0.5% of all pre-tax profits to Grifaid.
Grifaid produces low cost water filters that produce clean, safe drinking water for emergency relief and development aid projects.
Since the late 1990’s, the FOCUS modelling work group has been busy trying to ensure that risk assessments for surface water strike the right balance. The balances are on two axes. The first is ‘empirical’ against ‘mechanistic’ and the second is ‘realistic’ against ‘protective’. Neither balance is easy to strike and the working group has made an excellent job of producing a system that allows regulation to be based on science.
Enviresearch won the Best Supporting Role Award at the Agrow Awards presented last night at the 8 Northumberland in London, with a crowd of almost 200 people.
The Agrow Awards recognises the industry’s successes, setting a benchmark for excellence while rewarding innovative ideas and concepts that have pushed the boundaries of what is possible. Enviresearch won for its provision of a regulatory and risk assessment service for the global crop protection industry.
Enviresearch is delighted to be a finalist at the Agrow Awards 2018. We have been nominated under the category of Best Supporting Role. This category award will recognise the company that has contributed most to the global crop protection industry through the provision of support services. The judges will be looking for a company that offers outstanding client support, excellence in service provision and a willingness to go the extra mile for its customers. Winners will be announced on the Awards evening to be held on the 12th November 2018.