Founded in 2009 with an initial focus on providing engineering and training services, ECTI is now well established in the UK. ECTI is the trading name of ECTI Ltd which stands for Eule Consulting Training International.  The Engineering Division of the company has recently  supported Viridor Waste Management with technical advice for small plant upgrades at their Milton Keynes and Ipswich MRF’s and has also provided initial desing and plant modelling for the now operational Mixed Plastic Processing Facility at Rochester.

The training arm of ECTI has been very successful over the last few years and in 2014 we have continued to provide first aid training courses to a number of schools and nurseries including a recent course at Dulwich Prep School in July this year.

ECTI continues to deliver first class engineering solutions and training courses and is looking forward to an exciting year ahead.

ECTI Founders


helenDirector Helen Eule, who is leading the first aid training department, is a very knowledgeable first aid at work Instructor Trainer  and PADI Course Director with more than 18 years experience in her respective fields. Next to providing operational management support to two major national dive sites, she is an active scuba diving instructor. Using her organisational, business and management skills she is not only in charge of ECTI’s business management administration and organisation but also offers her services to other customers.





benDirector Benjamin Eule heads the Engineering Department.  He has a German Engineering Degree (Dipl.-Ing.) and an extensive background in the waste processing and waste construction industry founded on his  experience at the Aachen University of Technology and with Viridor Waste Management. In January 2014 he has recieved his doctorate with the Aachen University of Technology and is now a Doktor der Ingenieurwissenschaft (Dr.-Ing.) He holds regular presentations in national and international recycling forums, processing and waste engineering related seminars and trade shows.