Read the latest news and see what’s happening at BINGO, with our partners and in the industry.
BINGO Industries’ has revealed its latest upgraded, state-of-the-art resource recovery centre in West Melbourne.
BINGO is proud to be joining forces with, Dial A Dump Industries (DADI), following the all-clear from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).
Partnering with Greater Western Sydney (GWS) Giants AFL club through the #SkipLoadOfGear initiative, donating over $15,000 worth of much-needed sporting equipment to Ingleburn Magpies Junior AFL club.
From BINGO Industries’ beginnings as a small Sydney skip operator in 2005, the company has grown to a highly successful listed enterprise and a leader in recycling and resource management operating across three States.
It is estimated that Australia generates 67 million tonnes of waste per year and despite our continuing efforts to reduce, reuse and recycle, a staggering 60% of this waste goes to landfill. It’s no secret that Australia is running out of landfill. We need solutions that divert waste from landfill and help us achieve more sustainable outcomes for the health of our planet and our community.
Sydney and Melbourne turned it on for our annual BINGO Family Christmas Parties.
On the 3rd and 4th of October BINGO was present at The Waste Expo at the Melbourne Convention Centre. CEO Daniel Tartak provided numerous takeaways about the topic; ‘Collections, best practice from a contractor’s point of view; conference session’. This business-to-business exhibition and conference allowed BINGO to showcase new technologies, products and solutions across all areas of waste management and resource recovery.
On the 29th and 30th of August BINGO were Major Sponsors for the AWRE Expo held at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre. This successfully provided BINGO’s stakeholders with a networking platform to engage with new contacts, clients and industry experts.
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