"I’ve been dealing with TES for a long-time now (with various companies) and have always found them great to deal with. I will happily continue to use their services."
“Azlan and the team at Thomson have proven to be reliable, hardworking and committed whenever we have needed to call upon their services. They are always ready to assist with any questions and/or issues at the drop of a hat and are always readily available when needed. We will definitely be using their services again in the future.”
“We have had a number of interactions with Lufft over the past six months, regarding use of Lufft equipment in a runway environment. Without exception, we have found Lufft to be pleasant and professional to work with. Lufft in Germany and Thomson Environmental Systems, their Australasian distribution agent, have proactively gone the extra mile for us, and have delivered in time-pressure situations.”
“We have worked closely with TES on a number of projects... I’ve always found them to be open and honest and always willing to work with you to find the right solution for our clients. Their new Queensland team is very responsive and a pleasure to work with.”
Each year, the Thomson Environmental team enters the Sutherland-to-Surf fun run to raise money for a well with a hand-pump for a community in Northern Uganda. With the help of our family and friends, the TES team had raised $7250 in 2018. This year, we are aiming to get all the way to $7500.
The LOVE MERCY Foundation is a local Shire charity founded by Rio Olympian Eloise Wellings. Love Mercy work in Northern Uganda to restore villages after years of devastating civil war. They provide education to orphans, agricultural loans to women, and have built a health clinic and hospital using funds raised by previous PAYCE Sutherland 2 Surf fundraisers.
This year, LOVE MERCY (in partnership with WATER FOR AFRICA) aims to build 10 wells to bring life back into communities! After surveying the villages where their Cents for Seeds project is running, Love Mercy found that women have to walk 5-10km 3 times per day to get water to grow their crops. Often the water is polluted, leaving families threatened with deadly diseases like typhoid.