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New Appointments at EMS Amidst Exciting Developments

6 October 2022

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Roisin Campbell

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Cura Terrae
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EMS new appointments

Mike Brownhill and Gary Thursfield have become directors of EMS as of summer 2022. 
With their expertise they will be helping to guide and support EMS through its next chapter. In March EMS became part of Cura Terrae, a group of companies offering environmental services, including Envirocare and Ecus.  

Mike, previously Operations Manager, will be Operations Director and Gary will be Technical Director, previously being Technical Manager. Mike and Gary have been vital to the success of projects such as eDAS 4.0, our environmental data acquisition system.  

Mike says: “I’ve been part of the EMS journey for the past 12 years. In that time, I’ve seen people grow and develop personally, which has been a massive factor in the growth of EMS and the development of our company culture. I feel excited and privileged to be part of the next chapter and I am looking forward to helping to develop the team further.” 

These new appointments will support EMS as it continues to grow its offerings across the country and support its services across air, water and environmental monitoring. 

 Gary adds: “This is an exciting opportunity for me, alongside the new board of directors, to continue to develop EMS’s innovative approaches to monitoring the environment and the high standards that EMS is built on.” 

The Cura Terrae Group would like to offer warm congratulation to Mike and Gary during this exciting time! 

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