SoilCyclers Pty Ltd – ISCouncil


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SoilCyclers Pty Ltd (previously Brisbane Screening) was set up in February 2009. We’re a family owned and operated business based in Brisbane but working on construction, waste and mining sites across Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, the ACT and the Northern Territory. Our goal is to make onsite recycling ‘business as usual’ for our clients by providing innovative, cost-effective, planet-saving solutions to reduce the use of virgin resources, avoid the risk of importing contamination to sites and transform onsite waste into reusable materials. We own and operate some of the largest road-registered mobile trommel screens available for general hire in Australia. Each year, we recycle almost half a million cubic metres of soil, making us one of the largest soil recyclers in Queensland. Our team works with a range of large clients from major construction companies to councils, state government, developers, mine sites and waste management businesses on jobs anywhere from 400m3 to 400,000m3+. SoilCyclers has mobile environmental permits allowing us to screen, ameliorate, remediate and compost temporarily on any site in Queensland without delay. For interstate projects, we obtain permits as needed or utilise existing permits on our client’s sites. Our new Doppstadt trommel screens are quiet enough to operate in metropolitan areas, creating less dust than most trucks. We have specialist misting cannons for sensitive sites and contaminated soil projects. We have full health, safety and environmental policies, work methods statements and fully maintained machinery suitable for large infrastructure projects and mining sites. We are a member of Civil Contractors Federation (CCF), the Waste Recycling Industry Association of Queensland (WRIQ), Austmine, the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA), and Queensland Master Contractors Association (QMCA). A number of our team also maintain individual memberships with Soil Science Australia, the National Association of Women In Construction (NAWIC), and the Australasian Land and Groundwater Association (ALGA).