EIS Waste Services Ltd are delighted to have joined The Resource Management Association Scotland (RMAS). The Resource Management Association Scotland (RMAS) is a not-for-profit, non-political membership organisation for micro, small and medium sized resource management companies operating in Scotland. RMAS membership is growing and they are actively representing and supporting companies who are operating across the length and breadth of Scotland. They aim to ensure members are well informed and that priority issues, risks,
EIS Waste Services Ltd are continuing our investment program to meet our growing customer demand despite the impact of COVID-19. We have recently purchased a further batch of skips and containers to supplement our stocks for our new contracts and current customers. Purchased from Skip Units based in Derby no other manufacturer understands more about the business and the importance of recycling and waste management. As the waste industry continues to expand, they’re commitment to
EIS Waste Services Ltd are delighted to announce the arrival of our two new Doosan DX180LC material handlers to work at our recycling centre at Gallowhill, Aberdeen. The machines were purchased from Craig Mann of local Doosan dealer Balgownie Ltd and represent another significant investment in our state of the art recycling operation. Equipped with Kinshofer GmbH selector grabs they will be used to further enhance our segregation and recycling capabilities and meet our diversion from landfill targets. One of
Today our very own Erin Sharp became the companies youngest qualified HGV Driver passing her test at the first attempt. Erin has followed in the footsteps of her grandad and dad by gaining her HGV licence training with Brian Cassie at Aberdeen Training Services. Well Done Erin from Everyone at EIS Waste Services 🚛
COMPANY STATEMENT REGARDING COVID-19 Including temporary changes to our procedures
With only 3 weeks and 3 days until the season starts I’d like to give a big thank you to my Seasons Sponsors for my first year of the Scottish Mini Cooper cup.
Colourful lights decorated the Blue Toon on the 23rd November when the towns Christmas Lights were officially lit up during a day of festive celebration. The town’s annual Light Up Peterhead event included a visit from Santa with his reindeer, an indoor market and performances from local groups and individuals. The official switch-on of the Christmas lights took place at 5pm following a parade by Santa and the reindeer from Queen Street at 1.20pm. Visitors
Installation of additional recycling equipment at our Gallowhill Recycling Facility was carried out despite the adverse weather conditions faced by the Kiverco Installation Team. Our new building and plant represents an investment of almost £1,000.000 and will allow us to divert even more waste from landfill and offer our clients more environmentally friendly and sustainable disposal and recycling options. Thanks to Kiverco for their on-time delivery, professional installation and bullet proof equipment.