Read the latest news and see what’s happening at BINGO, with our partners and in the industry.
BINGO advises that the fire which occurred at its recycling and landfill facility at Eastern Creek on Saturday 1 February has been contained.
BINGO is pleased to advise that it has resolved matters related a breach of its Environment
Protection License (EPL) for its Minto recycling facility following a ruling by the Land and
Environment Court of NSW.
Detailing our sustainability progress and key highlights for the 2018/2019 financial year, BINGO’s 2019 Sustainability Report is now available.
BINGO shares the biggest challenges facing Australia’s waste management and recycling industry, and how we can act today to create positive change.
This week, all teams across BINGO have conducted a Zero Harm stand-down to introduce and learn about our new Zero Harm Rules.
Our first investor day took place at the Shangri La Hotel in The Rocks, Sydney. The day kicked off with updates on the integration of Dial-a-Dump, followed by updates on our inclusion initiatives from Chief People and Culture Officer, Elise Heydon and other updates on our sustainability and Zero Harm activities.
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.