When it comes to waste disposal, we provide an environmentally-friendly alternative. It is proven that our incineration process produces 24 times less greenhouse gas emissions than any other disposal method.
The use of our high-temperature incinerator in Brisbane’s Willawong depot demonstrates how we are leading the market in the safe and efficient disposal of hazardous waste. Ace Waste provides you with the opportunity to manage your waste responsibly.
Our Willawong facility was the first of its kind and represented a leap in technological advancement, gathered from time spent abroad in an in-depth research endeavour.
It was designed and commissioned in 1993. It is still going strong today, having safely treated and destroyed a massive amount of waste from a wide range of sources. That figure is fast approaching 200,00 tonnes and counting!
We can guarantee secure and stringent waste disposal, in accordance with all Government standards. Our combustion and pollution control systems are continuously monitored by the Environmental Protection agency. This ensures our waste disposal always remains safe and responsible.
As a market leader, we pride ourselves on the ability to deliver the most beneficial and cost-effective waste disposal techniques for your needs. The incineration process is simple and highly effective.
Our Victorian-based depot boasts the most modern, state-of-the-art high-temperature incinerator on the eastern seaboard. We appreciate the need to protect our precious environment, which is why we found an alternative to the harmful method of landfill.
The site for our second plant was purchased in 2006 and was operational by 2009. An ambitious yet ultimately successful undertaking, our facility in Dandenong is now the largest incinerator in all of Australia.
Since it began operations in 2009, this site has seen the destruction of upwards of 21,000 tonnes of clinical and related waste. When you consider that might have otherwise ended up as landfill, you can see the incredible value in this key infrastructure.
Landfill methods may also require clinical wastes – such as cytotoxic, pharmaceutical, anatomical and human tissue waste – to be segregated at the source. This process can incur unnecessary additional staffing and handling costs for your business. Our incineration with no need for segregation proves that we are serious about taking care of your waste and saving you money.