E&E Waste are the local leaders in commercial waste in terms of service and reliability. We are currently servicing Goondiwindi and the Waggamba, Wambo and Gwydir Shires with a large fleet of trucks and equipment that is well maintained.
We are now providing a commercial Cardboard Recycling service in Goondiwindi which can be serviced weekly or fortnightly. We take most types of clean, dry cardboard that is free of foam and plastic elements. This does not include waxed cardboard (such as waxed fruit boxes, for example).
We ask that you Flatten All Boxes as this will provide you with the most economical service as bins will be serviced when full.
Our newest front lift bins are ideal for cardboard in volumes too large for wheelie bins. We can service the bin according to your needs.
These all-metal industrial bins are constructed for E&E Waste in accordance with relevant Australian Standards and Guidelines are painted and can be wheeled around easily. They are available for cardboard recycling in 2 sizes, listed below.
1.5 Cubic Metres / 3.0 Cubic Metres
Call one of our friendly staff to discuss your specific needs.
Paper Only Wheelie Bins
We now also provide a Paper Only recycling service in Goondiwindi. Ideal for any office, school or organisation with even a modicum of paper waste.
Most types of office paper can be recycled, including magazines, newspapers, printing and copy paper and even inner pages of hard-cover books (once the covers are removed). As long as the paper is clean, dry and free of plastic it’s all ok.
Our Paper Only bins come in 2 sizes:
240 litre Wheelie Bin / 360 litre Wheelie Bin
All of the paper, including newsprint collected is sent to Fibre Cycle in Toowoomba.
FibreCycle’s innovative litter and bedding products are created from >99% recycled paper, and processed into biodegradable, environmentally safe, pelletted paper products, with no additives or chemicals. The end product is virtually clean, odourless, dust-free and sterile at the point of manufacture.
Cardboard Small Frontlift
1.5 Cubic Metres
Cardboard Medium Frontlift
3.0 Cubic Metres
Flatten All Boxes Please
Paper Only Standard
240 litre Wheelie Bin
Paper Only Large
360 litre Wheelie Bin
Paper Only Requirements
Any Clean Paper & Newsprint
Weekly or Fortnightly
WHY CHOOSE US
E&E have been collecting commercial waste for more than 20 years and provide excellent and dependable service, using the latest equipment and technology.
We have serviced countless satisfied customers in that time. Here are some reasons our customers keep coming back:
Economic and Efficient Service
State of the art equipment
Highest standards of safety
Qualified, friendly staff
On Time and on Budget
Real Focus on Customer Satisfaction
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How often can you collect my bin?
We normally collect bins on either a weekly or fortnightly basis, however depending on quantity we can tailor a solution to suit your needs.
Do you take any type of box?
We take most types of clean, dry cardboard that is free of foam and plastic elements. This does not include waxed cardboard (such as waxed fruit boxes, for example). If in doubt, give us a call.
What kind of Paper do you take?
Most types of office paper can be recycled, including magazines, newspapers, printing and copy paper and even inner pages of hard-cover books (once the covers are removed). As long as the paper is clean, dry and free of plastic and impurities, it’s all ok.
What is the maximum capacity you can handle?
If you have a large amount of either Cardboard or Paper, we can simply supply you with more bins. Or if there is a space restrictions, in some cases we can service the bin more often. Give us a call to discuss your specific needs.
GUNDY 07 4671 2403 TWBA 07 4633 0723
81 Hungerford Street Goondiwindi Qld 4390
12 Kimberley Court Toowoomba Qld 4350
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.