It's been more than 40 years since we entered the market. In that time, we've been known by many different names. But we've always maintained the same objective – to help our customers manage spills as effectively as possible.
The company was founded by Phillip Morris as Greaseaters.
Model 86 Parts Cleaner developed
The Model 86 Parts Cleaner was developed utilising high quality components and a more streamlined design to improve operation and servicing.
Model 96 Large Parts Cleaner developed
Low Liner and Painteater Parts Cleaners developed
Phillip Morris retires
After 22 years, Phillip Morris retires and Richard Tonkin joins the team as general manager.
Name change to GE EnviroSolutions
Brett Lee joins the team
Brett Lee joins the team as manager of our Oil Spill Equipment and Incinerators division.
Spill Control division opened
Brett Lee commenced selling spill control products in Newcastle and the Hunter Valley.
Expanded the Spill Control division
The Spill Control division was expanded with supply to large mining companies.
First major order of marine oil spill equipment
Became an agent for Elastec American Marine
EnviroSolutions becomes the Australian and South Pacific agent for Elastec American Marine, North America's largest manufacturer of oil spill equipment.
John Coleman joins the team
John Coleman joins the team as manager of our Workshop Services division.
Provided equipment to the Pacific Islands
Our first Medical Waste Incinerator was sold into the Pacific Islands.
The company also took on a 60 carbon challenge and we reduced our business carbon footprint by 35.78%.
Low voltage parts cleaner machine developed
Moved from Lambton to the new Mayfield facility.
Designed and built a machine to perforate absorbent rolls.
Developed perforated rolls to suit mine site workshop applications.
Partnered with Access Industries
Partnered with Access Industries helping to provide purposeful employment for Australian workers with disabilities.
Filtered Parts Cleaning Machine developed
Partnered with House With No Steps
Partnered with House With No Steps helping to provide purposeful employment for Australian workers with disabilities.
New rag supply business
The company started a rag supply business and acquired ABC Rags.
Contact signed with Exxon Mobil PNG
Five year contract signed with Exxon Mobil PNG for the supply of oil spill response equipment.
Hunter Rags Acquired.
Registered more than 30 products with Australian Made Australian Grown (AMAG).
Built a parts cleaning unit for cleaning train wagon axles in an automated cleaning process.
Partnered with Endeavour Group helping to provide purposeful employment for Australian workers with disabilities.
Contract with Australian Defence Material Organisation
Multiple Medical Waste Incinerators and training sold to Australian Defence Materiel Organisation.
Import and supply of felt rolls
Commenced import and supply of furniture and packing felt rolls.