4 October 2016

Tour of Eco Sustainable Solutions

Organised by:

 SCI's Horticulture Group

Chapel Lane

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Eco Sustainable Solutions was formed in 1993 to compost garden waste from across Dorset. They now transform various wastes and make them into usable products for landscape, environment and sustainable energy uses. 
Eco Sustainable Solutions are driven to providing high quality products. Their efforts in the field have earnt multiple awards and accreditations from BALI, Soil Association, British Standards, Turf Growers Association, Royal Horticultural Society and Wood Recyclers Association.

Eco Sustainable Solutions offer a range of products from Compost, Soil, Turf, Mulch, Bark, Woodchip and Shingle - All available for delivery at home or work site. 


Day 1 - 4th October 2016

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Venue and Contact

Eco Sustainabile Solutions

Chapel Ln, 
BH23 6BG

 Please click here for a location map.

Tony Girard, Chair of Hort group

Tel: +44 (0)20 7598 1561

Email: tony.girard@btinternet.com

Contribution from attendees to cover admin costs £8; Students half price.

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Additional Info

For general enquiries, please call:


Julia Duckworth
Committee Support Contact for the Horticulture
T: 0207 598 1584


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