Our Holistic Understanding:
Economic viability and ecological
sustainability are inextricably linked, both can only be seen long-term.
The two spheres, ecology and economy have systemic dependencies for
humans, i.e. adding to and influencing each others web.
Improving people's quality of life and ecosystem wellbeing can only
harmonize if there is a balanced flow of resources in this global system
where not more is consumed than naturally recharged. Threats
to the sustainability of a system require urgent attention if its
of change begins to approach the speed with which the system can just adequately respond.
When this rate of change exceeds the ability to respond,
the system loses its sustainability and its viability and will eventually
seize to exist.
Namibians have internalized the uniqueness and frailness of their environment and resources.
The country will develop and prosper in balance with ecological sustainability and
economic viability. eco-systemix Namibia is a key service
provider for maintenance management and eco-system wellbeing.
We bring maintenance management on to the ground. We do infrastructure maintenance,
viable management system planning/installation and maintenance, water conservation, waste recycling and sanitation management on-site and through research,
education and training to improve the quality of life of all Namibians. Our
core focus is resource use efficiency and connected resource use
Who We Are:
was founded in
1992 as a consultancy (registered in Namibia in 2008) by Walter F. Holch. He is a Europe qualified civil engineer specialized
in construction management&construction systems engineering. Walter is the director and brings along
extensive experience in construction quality management, environmental policy analysis and testing, simulation tool design and human
capital management (æ).
Edward W. Holch (1953-2008)
was a long term project partner residing in the UK and a Europe qualified biologist
and biochemist and medical doctor. He brought in a wealth of expertise as
general practitioner, biologist and eco-toxicologist.
spectrum of human resources includes local
rank scientists and engineers, competent artisans and trainers and well
trained field support personnel.
With Whom We Are
We are a member of the Windhoek Consulting Group. We are a
founding member of kmp-i (knowledge
management partners-international) an association of university
lecturers, researchers and industry practitioners from Europe and Southern
We are supporting partners to the SADC WaterNet, Habitat Research and Development
Centre in Namibia, Desert Research Foundation of Namibia, EduVentures,
Polytechnic of Namibia and Gobabeb Training&Research Centre.
We intensively collaborate with local and international industry and engineering firms,
with Government departments, rural and urban communities, donor agencies
and interested individuals.