News

7
Dec

Long Service Awards

This year ecowize had the honor of awarding long service awards to 75 employees. 45 employees for 10 years of service 29 employees for 15 years of service and 1 employee (Brett Osrin our CEO) for 20 years of service There were also citation awards given to the following employees in the North and South Regions: 1. Achieving excellence –

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27
Apr

SOUTH AFRICAN BORN COMPANY MAKING AN IMPACT ON THE INTERNATIONAL STAGESOUTH AFRICAN BORN COMPANY MAKING AN IMPACT ON THE INTERNATIONAL STAGE

Ecowize Group is taking steps towards achieving its vision of being the one of the most respected food safety partners internationally, and recently received both local and offshore recognition of its long history of using world class systems, processes and equipment. South Africa Ecowize has recently embarked on a partnership at two of SABMiller’s bottling plants due to the brewery

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3
Apr

RED MEAT BAN LIFTED IN SA

South Africa’s three-year ban on red meat exports has finally been lifted. It is reported that the industry lost an estimated R4 billion annually since February 2011, when the ban was put into place due to an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in the country. The country lost its export status due to the failure to improve local bio-security

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3
Apr

STRIPPING SCHEDULES WITH GARETH LLOYD-JONES, MD OF ECOWIZE

27
Jan

MEDIA COVERAGE

Our in-house experts have featured prominently in the print, radio and television media during the firts quarter of the year. Highlights include commentary in media, among others, SABC3, Business Report, The Sunday Times, SAfm, Heartfm, SA Food Review, Finweek and Pretoria News

27
Jan

WORLD FIRST FOR SOUTH AFRICAN HYGIENE COMPANY

Ecowize, a South African hygiene and sanitation provider to the food production industry has become the world’s first cleaning company to have successfully been audited against the food safety system standard of the International Organisation for Standardisation – ISO22000. The announcement was made recently at a ceremony whereby Ecowize was awarded the certification by Wouter Conradie, Managing Director of National

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11
Nov

SA FARMERS URGED TO MAINTAIN INFRUSTRUCTURE

South African farmers are running the risk of losing millions should they not focus on investing in regular maintenance and cleaning of infrastructure like silo’s. This is according to Gareth Lloyd-Jones, MD of Ecowize, who says that locally, equipment maintenance still lags far behind the productivity of farmers and should they not acknowledge the risks, they could lose millions of

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