Enviro One Services is committed to the communities in which we operate our business. To this regard we endeavor to help whether it is financial or physical commitment to local charities and not for profit organisations where possible.
Charities we have contributed to date:
Tour De Cure
Through our magical, challenging and inspirational tours and events across Australia, we raise money to fund the boldest research, the most talented scientists and the groundbreaking projects that we believe will have the biggest impact on cancer.
We're passionate about cycling – it's in our DNA – but we cover ground to cure cancer in many different ways: walking, swimming, running, dancing.
“It's a cause very close to my heart and with a terrific, fun and inspiring group of people. If cancer has a positive, Tour de Cure is it.”
Child Protection Society Melbourne – Kids First
The Children’s Protection Society (CPS) was founded in 1896 as the Victorian Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. An initiative of the Governor’s wife, Lady Sybil de Vere Brassey, its aims were to protect children from cruelty and neglect, to advance the claims of neglected, abandoned and orphan children to the general public, to co-operate with existing societies for this purpose and to enforce the existing laws for the protection of neglected children and juvenile offenders.
The Child Protection Society recently changed it’s name to Kids First
Enviro One Services and Installations enjoyed a Prominent Charity Bowls day on 25 October 2019 at Sunbury Bowls Club hosted by WIOA with many operators in the water industries operations.
Enviro One Services are the leader in the supply of Low Pressure Sewer in Australia. We are an Australian owned and operated company and supply E/One Low Pressure Sewer System Solutions Australia wide. All product are purpose built for low pressure sewer operations and have been successfully used in Australia for almost 2 decades. The first installation being in Victoria itself and the largest Low Pressure Sewer project being undertaken in the Morning Peninsula also known as the Peninsula Eco Project.
Byron and Wesley from Enviro One Services and Installation (Regional Victoria Branch) formed part of a bowling team en enjoyed meeting other like-minded members of the water industry and appreciate the opportunity to give back to the WIOA community.
We look forward to being actively engaged in supporting WIOA’s future events which will be paramount to our new community education and involvement initiative.
We would like to compliment WIO for arranging charity days like this and giving the operators from waste water industry the opportunity to be involved.