Our Story

We are proud to have established our roots in Houston, Texas. We are also proud of the major milestones we have achieved supporting our customers.

1994

The Beginning

Gainsborough Waste begins operations.

1996

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Equipment

Gainsborough Waste purchases its first new Mack truck.

1999

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New Ventures

Texas Outhouse begins operations.

Due to the growth of Gainsborough Waste and the establishment of Texas Outhouse, the Egbert property is purchased to store all equipment in one place.

2001

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Disaster Relief

Gainsborough Waste provides roll off service to the medical center and surrounding areas after Tropical Storm Allison — one of Houston’s most devastating natural disasters on record.

2002

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Transfer Station

Gainsborough Waste begins operating their own registered Type V transfer Station at the Egbert property.

2005

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A Team Effort

Together, Gainsborough Waste and Texas Outhouse hit the 50-employee milestone.

Gainsborough Waste provides disaster relief after Hurricane Katrina strikes New Orleans, Louisiana and the Gulf Coast region.

Additional support is provided by Texas Outhouse to the Hurricane Katrina victims who were housed at the Astrodome by supplying and servicing 200 portable toilets.

2007

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New Heights

Texas Outhouse participates in its first major special event at Wings Over Houston.

Texas Outhouse purchases its first high-volume 18-wheeler.

2008

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Calm In The Storm

Gainsborough Waste and Texas Outhouse provide disaster relief after Hurricane Ike decimates the Houston-Galveston area.

2009

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Bigger & Better

Together, Gainsborough Waste and Texas Outhouse hit the 100-employee milestone.

2010

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Cleaning Up

Texas Outhouse assisted with disaster relief operations on the Gulf Coast during the BP Oil Spill crisis.

2011

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Winning

Won the job at ExxonMobil’s new North Houston campus. At the time, this job was the largest construction project west of the Mississippi River.

2014

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20th Anniversary

Gainsborough Waste celebrates its 20-year anniversary.

2015

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Roll Call

Together, Gainsborough Waste and Texas Outhouse hit the 150-employee milestone.

With the continued growth of Gainsborough Waste and Texas Outhouse, the property at 950 McCarty Street is purchased with the objective of moving all operations to this location.

2016

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A New Home

Texas Outhouse enters the high-end restroom rental market by purchasing its first luxury restroom trailer. Today, Texas Outhouse has an inventory of 22 trailers.

2017

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Moving Day

Moved all 150+ employees to the new facility at 950 McCarty Street.

Built and opened its first on-site water treatment facility.

Gainsborough Waste and Texas Outhouse assisted with cleanup efforts after historic Hurricane Harvey slams the Texas coast, dumping 30”-50” of rain over Southeast Texas.