Cleanaway Wingfield – Liquid Waste Services

Services offered

Liquid waste services, Office

Cleanaway Wingfield – Liquid Waste Services

Services offered
Liquid waste services, Office

Business hours

Open to: Not open to general public.
Monday to Friday: 08:00 - 16:00
Closed: Weekends, General holidays (subject to change).
Cleanaway Wingfield liquid waste services

Cleanaway Wingfield provides liquid waste solutions to the government, commercial and industrial sectors in the Adelaide metro and South Australia region. We have a fleet of specialised vehicles designed to transport bulk liquid waste for treatment and disposal including septic waste, grease trap waste, oily water, and bulk dangerous and hazardous waste.

We are also a Paintback drop off site. Call us for a free consultation, or to find out more about our products and services.

Fact Sheet – Trial for treatment of washwaters containing dilute PFAS concentrations

Cleanaway has successfully implemented a filtration system to remove PFAS substances from dilute washwaters in Victoria, and is seeking authorisation from SA EPA to trial the technology under Environmental Authorisation 15195, at Wingfield in South Australia.

Download our fact sheet here.

Spill Kits

Fully compliant and safe spill kits and absorbents suitable for a range of applications and mobile situations.

Turbowash Parts Washers

Turbowash machines are fully automated, increasing productivity while reducing manual handling risk and labour costs.

Spray Gun Cleaning

Our spray equipment cleaning solutions are easy and cost-effective tools that efficiently save cleaning time.

Oil Water Separator Tank Waste

Waste oil water separators are used to separate oil and water with the water being treated for discharge into sewers.

Hazardous Chemical Waste

From regulated chemical waste to hazardous chemical waste treatment, Cleanaway has complete solutions to collect, treat and recycle your chemical waste.

Contaminated Soil

Soil contamination is usually caused by past industrial activity, use of agricultural chemicals or disposal of waste.


Contaminated sludge may be a by-product in various industries, such as food and beverage, and consists of wastewater and sewage, containing pathogens and trace amounts of dangerous metals and chemicals.

Used Oil

Waste oil such as engine, hydraulic, and used lube oil must be disposed of in a safe and trackable manner.


Wastewater is water that contains human or animal metabolic waste from commercial activities such as food and agriculture, irrigation, and commercial shipping.

Quarantine Waste

Quarantine waste, also known as biosecurity waste, refers to any item that has been rejected for entry into Australia.


Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), previously known as per- and polyfluorinated chemicals (PFCs) are pollutants that, due to reports of their global distribution, persistence, toxicity and bioaccumulation potential.

Grease Trap

Grease traps need regular maintenance, emptying and cleaning to ensure optimal functionality and to prevent blockages.

Oily Water

Industrial oily water can be an environmental hazard if not treated and disposed of properly.

Used Coolant and Antifreeze

Engine antifreeze coolants are usually made from either ethylene glycol or propylene glycol, both of which are recyclable.

Septic and Sewerage Waste

Regular septic and sewerage maintenance keep your sewage system in optimal condition and helps you spot potential issues before they arise.

Engine Oil Filter

Waste oil and oil filters are an unavoidable part of the process for mechanics and automotive workshops but all those materials don’t need to go to waste.


Solvent waste, similar to waste oil, can be recycled to saleable grade solvent and as liquid fuel to power kilns and as an alternative fuel.

Drum Waste

A container drum, also known as a barrel, is usually used to hold liquids and bulk cargo of various kinds. These include hazardous materials, chemicals and powders.


All car batteries and single-use or rechargeable batteries are accepted.

Fluorescent Light Bulbs

Fluorescent tubes and HID (High Intensity Discharge) lamps contain hazardous contaminants and must be disposed of carefully after use.


Used and unwanted paint is some of the most common liquid waste found in landfills.

Soil Injection

Our organic waste soil injection technology allows us to turn organic liquid residuals and by-products from food and beverage manufacturers into nutrient-rich fertiliser.