EIS DONATES WOODEN PALLETS FOR NURSERY MUD KITCHEN EIS Waste Services were delighted to come to the aid of Seaton Primary School Nursery in Aberdeen. Staff from the Nursery got in touch with EIS Transport
EIS WASTE SERVICES LINK UP WITH ABERDEEN FC LADIES U11`S EIS Waste Services are delighted to have linked up with Aberdeen FC Ladies Under 11`s by being the main sponsor on their Home kit for the current season.
EIS WASTE SERVICES are delighted to offer for sale our first Limited Edition Lego Kit. The Mercedes Econic Bin Lorry is available to purchase now by using the following link for a cost of £95.00 plus Postage. Click here to purchase
MARCH 2017 EIS Waste services are proud to launch our very first Limited edition Lego Sets. The models are based on two of our front line vehicles a Mercedes Benz Econic RCV and our Flagship Mercedes Benz Arocs Articulated Unit
February 2017 EIS Waste Services Ltd have continued our investment in our Purpose built Recycling Facility with the extension to the facilities perimeter wall and the concreting of a further area of yard. Works began w/c 20th February and are
EIS Waste Services Ltd are proud to Sponsor Aberdeen FC Striker Jayden Stockley for season 2016/17. Born in Poole, Dorset, Stockley started his career as a youth player at Bournemouth. At the age of 15 years, manager Eddie Howe called him
EIS Waste Services are delighted to have had the opportunity to help with the supply of recycled materials to a new Memorial Garden at the entrance to First Aberdeen`s HQ at King Street. The Garden is being built to commemorate
Raymond (Angus) completed the Baker Hughes 10K in 1hour 43 minutes raising £1,375.00 for the Aberdeen FC Community Trust. Raymond would like to thank everyone who made donations helping him to smash his initial target of £500 raising 275% of
EIS Waste’s very own Raymond Henderson will be running the Baker Hughes Aberdeen 10K this coming Sunday 15th May as Angus the Bull (Aberdeen Football Clubs Mascot – see pic) in aid of the Aberdeen FC Community Trust for which
Can you believe that, on average, 3 children in every classroom throughout Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire will go to school this Winter without a warm coat or shoes to wear? Why? Because a huge number of children are living in poverty.