E&E Waste is a domestic and commercial waste management company with over 30 years’ experience in the industry.
Starting in 1986 with a commercial front lift bin service we have grown to service both Toowoomba & Goondiwindi regional areas.
We have held the domestic waste contract for Goondiwindi Regional Council since 2002, covering Talwood, Bungunya, Toobeah, Yelarbon, Inglewood, Texas, and of course, Goondiwindi.
With depots in Goondiwindi & Toowoomba, we provide a diverse range of services across both Regional Council Areas.At E&E we pride ourselves on providing the highest level of service and attention to detail.
E&E Waste can offer tailored made waste management solutions to provide customers with clear environmental, social, and financial outcomes.
By working in partnership with our customers we provide the confidence that our services are being managed in the most effective and sustainable way possible.
Our core value, “service is our business”
defines what we stand for.
Our staff are a key resource and are integral to our ongoing success. We have a dedicated, service-oriented team of core staff and management personnel.
We pride ourselves on having a multi-skilled workforce that processes a comprehensive range of skills. All of our drivers hold the necessary industry qualifications and undertake regular OHS training.
When required we have a list of trusted contractors who can boost our capabilities at short notice.
At E&E Waste we promote equality and diversity ensuring our staff have the necessary expertise and experience and are a good fit with the values of our company.
At E&E Waste we offer a range of professional waste management solutions.
We have invested in a large fleet of well-maintained vehicles and equipment to ensure that E&E provides an efficient and reliable service, and we need dynamic and dedicated staff to make that happen.
Our services include:
Waste management solutions
Recycling & resource recovery
Containers for Change
Collection refund point
E&E Waste (Return’em for Cash) has a container refund point (CRP) at Toowoomba and Goondiwindi for the collection of drink containers under the container refund scheme (COEX).
E&E Waste’s refund point in Toowoomba is the largest in the Darling Downs & South West Region with over 2.5 Million containers collected every month.
As part of Covid-19 we have instigated a collection service across the Darling Downs & Goondiwindi.
E&E Waste has the coex processing contract for the Darling Downs & southwest.
As part of this contract we process aluminum cans, polyethylene terephthalate (pet) bottles, liquid paperboard (lpb), high-density polyethylene (hdpe) bottles and glass bottles.
E&E Waste has the coex contract for logistics in the Darling Downs and South West Queensland. Our vehicles service 16 CRPs from Stanthorpe in the south, Thargomindah in the west, and Augathella in the northwest.
Occupational Health and Safety
E&E Waste has a Health Safety & Environmental (HSE) management system that has been development in accordance with:
ISO9001:2015 Quality Management Systems;
ISO14001:2015 Environmental Management Systems;
AS 4801:2001 Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems.
E&E Waste also document procedures and processes to ensure safety of our employees, sub-contractors, customers and other stakeholders.
How to Apply
If you’re interested in becoming part of the team, fill in our Contact Form and type the subject heading “Employment Opportunity”. Give us a short description of your skills and experience and why you would like to work for E&E Waste.
Make sure you give us your full details so we can contact you.
If you’re applying for one of our advertised positions, like those in the left column of this page, use the email provided in the PDF and send us your resume with a covering letter.
E&E Waste is a locally owned and family run business, owned and operated by Shane McGuire. Although E&E Waste was officially started in 2002, Shane has been serving the people of Goondiwindi since 1986 and is actively involved in local and regional clubs and community events with his wife Paula.