The BINGO journey
BINGO’s subsidiary TORO are Australia’s leading manufacturer of steel bins and waste equipment.
In 2021, a consortium led by Macquarie infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) acquired BINGO industries. MIRA is one of the world's leading alternative asset managers and forms part of the ASX-listed Macquarie Group Limited (AMX:MQG)
The BINGO highlights
2005 - BINGO begins
The Tartak family buy BINGO, a building and demolition (B&D) skip business in Western Sydney, with 4 trucks and 100 bins
2014 - BINGO expands
BINGO business expands into Commercial and Industrial (C&I) market
Total fleet in Sydney = 65 trucks
Mortdale recycling centre opens
2015 - BINGO acquires
BINGO buys Toro Waste Equipment
Total fleet in Sydney = 95 trucks
St Marys, Auburn and Banksmeadow recycling centres open
2016 - BINGO keeps growing
BINGO expands into the Hunter Valley
Total fleet in Sydney = 123 trucks
Minto, Tomago and Smithfield recycling centres open
2017 - BINGO gets listed and moves into Victoria
BINGO listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX)
We launch in Victoria
Total fleet in NSW and VIC = 173 trucks
BINGO acquires NRG and Patons Lane
2018 - BINGO in ASX200 and still growing
BINGO is listed in the ASX top 200
Our operations are growing in NSW and VIC
Total fleet in NSW and VIC = 254 trucks
BINGO announces the acquisition of Dial A Dump Industries
BINGO launches vision - Pushing for a Waste Free Australia
2019 – BINGO established as leading B&D recycler
BINGO’s master asset in Victoria is opened at West Melbourne
We reconfigure our NSW network
We commission our advanced recycling centre at Patons Lane in Western Sydney
BINGO completes acquisition of Dial a Dump Industries
Development of BINGO’s Recycling Ecology Park at Eastern Creek commences
BINGO’s opens redeveloped Mortdale Recycling Centre in Sydney
2020 – BINGO invests in the future
Our C&I market share continues to grow
Construction on Materials Processing Centre 2 (MPC 2) Australia’s largest and most advanced recycling centre commences
BINGO submits Stage 1 of the Recycling Ecology Park Master Plan for Eastern Creek
West Melbourne and Eastern Creek begin 24-hour operations
2021 – BINGO acquired by MIRA and delists from ASX
BINGO opens the world's largest and most advanced dry, mix-waste recycling facility for B&D and C&I waste at it's Eastern Creek Recycling Ecology Park.
In 2021, a consortium led by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) acquired BINGO industries.
BINGO delists from ASX.
The BINGO vision
This vision embraces our strategic purpose - to divert waste from landfill. It reflects our social license to operate as a business and our goal to ensure that no resource is wasted.
At BINGO, we believe that Australia should be striving to meet global recycling best practice of 100% diversion of waste from landfill. This can only be achieved through advanced recycling technology and investment in alternative waste management solutions. We’re committed to identifying and deploying strategies that help close the loop and contribute to the circular economy.