Fire and Rescue NSW left the site this morning and handed the facility back to BINGO.
The cause of the fire is yet to be determined. BINGO is currently working with the relevant authorities, including the NSW EPA, and will provide further information on the incident as soon as this becomes available.
The materials processing facility continues to operate as normal, and the landfill facility is currently operating at slightly reduced capacity.
BINGO confirms that no-one was injured in the incident.
BINGO wishes to inform local residents adjacent to our Eastern Creek Recycling Ecology Park, that upgrade works will be commencing on the leachate riser in our landfill from Tuesday 03 May to Tuesday 10 May 2022.
The BINGO team put in a mammoth effort raising over $221,000 for CPA’s vital work to support people living with cerebral palsy, coming in second on the fundraising leader board.
Leading Aboriginal enterprise Yalagan Group has joined forces with BINGO to form Djurwa, a majority Indigenous-owned, Supply Nation Certified joint venture, delivering recycling and waste management services in New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland.