Woodrow Environmental Consultants was started in 2004 by Will Woodrow, an enthusiastic and highly experienced environmental consultant and sustainability expert with more than 25 years’ experience. Will set up Woodrow Environmental Consultants to offer services across a range of environmental subjects. These include ecology, energy, sustainable construction, environmental education, training, policy / legislation advice.
The company belief is that that the best way to practice sustainability is through an integrated approach. “An understanding of all the issues is crucial in offering an appropriate, targeted level of advice and service,” Will explains. Will and his colleagues are highly knowledgeable and skilled in their fields. So you can be sure that you’ll have access to tailor-made service of the highest quality.
Trading since 2004, Woodrow Environmental Consultants is a company with the ability to adapt and change as requirements develop. With the depth of knowledge collated, we can offer high quality services within a budget to suit today’s climate.
Environmental sustainability is about addressing wide-ranging and complex issues. An effective, integrated approach is what is needed, what you should expect, and what WSS can deliver. Here at Woodrow Sustainable Solutions, we can offer appropriate, tailored, services to enable companies, agencies and individuals to take practical steps towards sustainability.
Membership of the Institute of Ecological & Environmental Management (IEEM) means that Woodrow Environmental Consultants adheres to codes of practice and guidelines to ensure a high quality of credible work in this area
Woodrow has worked with a large number of individuals, agencies, consultancies and corporate bodies across Ireland.
Department of Arts, Heritage & the Gaeltacht, Ireland; National Parks & Wildlife Service, Ireland; Department of Environment, Community & Local Government, Ireland; Environment & Heritage Services, N Ireland (Now NIEA); Labour Market Activation Fund.
Fáilte Ireland; Northern Regional Fisheries Board (now Inland Fisheries Ireland). Regional Tourism Offices.
BirdWatch Ireland; Heritage Council.
Cavan County Council; Cork County Council; Cork City Council; Donegal County Council; Fermanagh District Council, Galway County Council; Laois County Council; Longford County Council; Monaghan County Council; Meath County Council; Offaly County Council; Roscommon County Council; Sligo County Council; Waterford County Council; Wicklow County Council.
Leitrim LEADER Company; Mayo North East LEADER Partnership; North & East Kerry LEADER Partnership; Roscommon LEADER Company; South West Mayo Development Company.
Allen and Mellon Environmental Ltd; Scott Cawley Ltd.