It’s fair to say that at this point in the history of civilisation, we are all very aware of the impact that we can make if we make the effort to do things like recycle. Recycling isn’t a new phenomenon anymore, and most of us follow the rules and regulations to a tee, but believe
Given the current circumstances the health and safety of our customers, employees and communities is a top priority for E & E Waste. Here you can find out how we are monitoring and responding to the outbreak and what you can do if your business is affected. 1) Will my collection service be affected? We
Is Return’em open? Yes we are open in Toowoomba & Goondiwindi. Toowoomba depot is open normal operating hours. Monday to Saturday 7am – 4pm. Goondiwindi depot is open normal operating hours. Monday to Friday 7am to 4pm and Saturday 7am – 12pm. How is Return’em keeping customers safe? Given the current circumstances the health and
Treatment of wastewater and sewage has completely transformed the way that we live in modern society, not only transforming our homes, but also helping us to live longer and avoid sickness spread by poor sanitation. If you have been wondering how modern wastewater treatment affects Toowoomba society and beyond, then EE Waste can provide you
Whether you need skip bins in Toowoomba or you want proper waste removal from your home, here at E&E Waste, rubbish is our business and we’ll help you do it right. Getting rid of your garbage is important for many reasons, but if you don’t it correctly, it can lead to all kinds of problems.
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
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.