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Natalie Davies (Nanii to her family) is a Wiradjuri artist who has been painting for over 20 years. She is BINGO’s Learning and Development Coordinator and also sits on BINGO’s RAP Working Group.
In April 2021, BINGO INDUSTRIES will officially open a $100 million, state-of-the-art Materials Processing Centre, MPC 2. It will be the largest recycling facility of its type in the world.
During the course of a recent 12-month period the Sydney CBD has suffered an increase in incidents involving pedestrians and waste removal trucks.
BINGO proud to be associate sponsor of Australia’s first nationally-coordinated circular economy platform
BINGO is proud to be partnering with Indigenous supplier Envirobank to help our commercial and industrial customers both recycle used drink containers and raise funds for charity.
In line with our BINGO Way values and our commitment to upholding human rights, we are proud to publish our inaugural Modern Slavery Statement in compliance with the Federal Government’s Modern Slavery legislation.
We are committed to improving our customer experience, with new ways to pay and an easier to read invoice.