With its roots firmly planted in South Australia, Greene Eden is the first word in irrigation in the region.
Established by Trevor Eden during the early 80s, Greene Eden was an early player in what was then an emerging domestic irrigation market. Since then, they have grown into a formidable business, committed to high standards in workmanship, service and water management.
Greene Eden provides a full-service package, from grounds renovation, soil remediation, irrigation design, supply and installation to central control management for monitoring water usage, on-going maintenance, and regular Biologic fertilising. With sites as far afield as Birdsville and Bedourie in Queensland, Ceduna on the west coast, Port Augusta, Whyalla and Port Pirie to the north having been successfully installed.
While current water restrictions in the company’s home soil have made lush green turf a thing of the past – they strive to make the most of every drop of water, helping their clients achieve the best turf quality possible.
For this reason, Greene Eden have chosen to partner with ELB Equipment for their Ditch Witch equipment requirements– a partnership that spans back almost as long as Greene Eden has been in business. They have always worked closely with ELB Equipment to ensure they have the right equipment for the job.
“More recently we’ve been fitting a lot of Nature Play areas in schools, access is often tight and so we needed a smaller skid steer,” said Lyndon Combe, Operational Manager of Greene Eden. “The Ditch Witch SK600 is perfect for this. It’s a smaller machine but still has all the attachments, so we can do everything the job requires of us.”
Designed for small-scale landscape and irrigation jobs, the Ditch Witch SK600 mini skid steer has a narrow frame for better manoeuvrability in tight, compact spaces. The small, yet mighty machine delivers industry-leading power to the attachment for enhanced jobsite productivity and versatility. Built for heavy-duty operation, the construction-grade design improves machine durability and longevity and overall machine ROI.
“The Ditch Witch skid steers are good value and are very reliable,” continued Lyndon. “Chris Neate and Simon Hendry, as well as the rest of the ELB Equipment team have also always provided us with great support.”
Ditch Witch equipment is distributed exclusively in Australia and New Zealand by ELB Equipment. With seven full service locations around Australia and New Zealand, contractors can rely on a single, specialist provider of mini skid steers and trenching equipment wherever their work takes them.