ESL’s role in the development of Shell Tower and the Southbank


ESL’s Torbo Dustless Blasting Systems clear the way for the redevelopment of the iconic Shell Tower London’s Southbank is set to be transformed by a unique mixed-use development with the famous Shell Tower at its heart. The famous building will remain the centrepiece of the new site, occupied by Shell. The Tower will be complemented […]

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On 07 March 2016

ESL’s Torbo Dustless Blasting Systems protect our wartime history


RAF Syerston played a key role in the defence of the nation during the dark days of the Battle of Britain. Built as part of the Bomber Command expansion in the late 1930s, the first aircraft were Wellington Bombers. The base became part of the Famous Number 5 Group when in 1942 several squadrons of […]

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On 07 March 2016

ESL’s Torbo Technology used to refurbish brickwork at Houghton House


Houghton House is a Grade 1 listed building surviving as a ruined house located near Houghton Conquest in Bedfordshire and owned by English Heritage. With an enviable setting above the surrounding countryside, it commands excellent views, and can be visited during daylight hours. The house was built in approximately 1615 for the writer, translator, and […]

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On 29 March 2016

When only the best will do – ESL refurbish Witanhurst House


Witanhurst is the largest private residence in London and recently sold for £ 50 million. The original estate, dating from 1774, was known as Parkfield. The current house, built between 1913 and 1920, was designed for soap magnate Sir Arthur Crosfield on an 11-acresite.The mansion is Grade-II* listed meaning it has been judged to be […]

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On 30 March 2016

ESL open the door to deep-cleaning in GM Vauxhall


General Motors are one of the biggest car manufacturers in the world today. In 2015, the company sold 10 million vehicles worldwide, generating $ 150 billion of sales revenue. Founded in 1908 in Flint, Michigan the business is now head-quartered in the Motor-City itself, Detroit, Michegan. Vauxhall is GM’s brand in the UK, where it […]

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On 04 May 2016

Building lasting relations with plant equipment giants


ESL are delighted to announce that plant hire specialist A-Plant have placed an order for a number of Clena H-Series washers with an additional order of Hotboxes to follow shortly.

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On 20 September 2015

Another successful exhibition for ESL sees interest in Marine Solutions soar


Once again the Ecoblast Supplies team are delighted with the response from the annual SeaWork International exhibition held in Southhampton on 16th-18th June. Attracting more than 7,350 high calibre visitors from over 70 countries across the globe, Seawork is the fastest growing international commercial marine and workboat exhibition and conference held in a European working […]

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On 24 June 2015

ESL make waves with powerful Torbo XL320 blasting solution


The Briggs Group, leading suppliers of off shore marine services, enlisted ESL to supply new blasting equipment to aid the maintenance and refurbishment of ocean buoys. Used in the harshest of marine environments, the steel buoys (measuring approximately 3.5 metres in width) are blasted and painted every five years to increase their life span and […]

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On 20 December 2014

Spanish company sets a unique challenge


ESL was chosen to supply a large-scale bespoke industrial cleaning solution to a paper mill in Partington, Manchester. The mill is operated by Saica, the market leader in Spain for sustainable paper and board packaging. Founded over 7o years ago, it remains a family owned business and now employees 9,000 people. The mill has a […]

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On 18 August 2014

Extending the life of modular buildings


Elliott, the UK’s market leader in relocatable accommodation, hires out temporary, semi-permanent and permanent buildings throughout the UK to a range of sectors. The company has operations in 37 countries, a fleet of over 310,000 units, and revenues in excess of £1.5billion. Their equipment is used in very demanding environments and often returns to base […]

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On 10 June 2014

ESL successfully blast the Houses of Parliament


The Palace of Westminster, commonly known as the Houses of Parliament is the meeting place of both the House of Commons and the House of Lords and the centre of political life in the UK.

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On 25 November 2012

ESL help to create the right first impression for London 2012


London is set to play host to thousands of additional visitors this summer as the 2012 Olympic Games turns the world’s focus on our capital city.Creating the right impression is essential in ensuring that these Olympics provide a lasting, positive experience for spectators, visitors and competitors alike. With Underground and Overground rail links providing the […]

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On 28 May 2012

ESL and Clena provide the recipe for effective cleaning to food manufacturers


ESL has been chosen by several food manufacturing organisations to help them with the washdown systems for their production plants in the UK. From looking at their ongoing servicing and maintenance to helping them choose the best systems to suit the individual needs, ESL have provided help and support throughout. The result is a highly […]

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On 24 February 2012

ESL & Torbo help to keep history alive in HMS Belfast


HMS Belfast is part of London’s landscape, moored on the River Thames between London Bridge and Tower Bridge. Serving Britain for 32 years, she played an important role in both the Second World War and the Korean War as well as performing peacekeeping duties throughout the 1950s and 1960s.

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On 19 May 2011

Keeping a roof over the heads of the Dinosaurs!


For over 130 years the iconic Natural History Museum in Central London has housed one of the world’s largest collections of dinosaur skeletons and is home to some 70 million life and earth science specimens. The museum is a world-renowned centre of research, specialising in identification and conservation. However, to maintain this historic building gin […]

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On 19 May 2011