Waste is a serious problem that faces many property owners, from domestic and residential buildings to commercial, retail and industrial properties. EPA laws mean that you are responsible for waste disposal, which can mean that you have to navigate a variety of different waste products. If you want to get rid of your material in
Domestic and commercial properties create a great deal of waste, and some of that unwanted material may be in the form of liquid waste. If you are looking to hire liquid waste services teams in Toowoomba, it can help you to understand precisely what EE Waste means when they are offering their help, and what
As of 19 December 2018 we have collected and processed 5 Million Containers in Toowoomba and Goondiwindi. But we’re not resting on our laurels, having just installed 6 state-of-the-art automated self-serve terminals, that instantaneously recognise any container, without barcodes, making it effortless for you, our customers. These brand new self-serve terminals are a world-first, developed
Here at E&E Waste we are great fans of the ABC documentary program “War on Waste” hosted by Craig Reucassel. If you want to understand the big picture when it comes to dealing with household waste, check it out. There are some fantastic insights and tips to inspire you and help you reduce your own impact
How amazing is this view, such a fantastic thing to be the waste contractor on such a major development, piece of history right here !.. Toowoomba Second Range Crossing. The Toowoomba Second Range Crossing (TSRC) will bring $2.4 billion over 30 years of economic and productivity gain for business and industry to Toowoomba. When completed,
One of the first things we did was lay down some 300 square metres of concrete as a platform to our cardboard baling machine. Of course this all has to be kept dry, so our team of very capable workers set about constructing a couple of Dome Bunkers. This included prefabricated walls. We will now
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.