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BINGO has received a draft clean-up order from the NSW Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) relating to odour impacting residents around our Eastern Creek landfill facility.
BINGO marked National Reconciliation Week (NRW) at its Auburn Head Office with a team BBQ, cultural presentation and address from BINGO’s CEO and Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group member Natalie Davies.
This year, BINGO was proud to support the Cancer Council NSW’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea campaign with a $25,000 dollar match donation.
BINGO congratulates the Government on its $80 million commitment to the waste and resource recovery industry recently announced in the 2021 Federal Budget.
BINGO opens world’s largest and most advanced mixed waste recycling facility.
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.