BINGO Managing Director and CEO, Daniel Tartak welcomed the completion of the transaction and said MIRA’s investment in BINGO was positive for the company.
“We have the backing of one of the world’s leading alternative asset managers who will support BINGO’s continued growth and expansion,” he said.
“We are joining a world-leading organisation that has access to a global pool of knowledge, assets and resources that will help us continue to transform our business. MIRA has significant experience investing in and operating recycling and waste management businesses globally, and they are committed to bringing this expertise to BINGO for the benefit of the company’s customers, employees and local communities.”
BINGO Chairman, Michael Coleman and directors Maria Atkinson, Barry Buffier and Daniel Girgis have resigned from the BINGO Board. Mr Tartak, Ian Malouf and Elizabeth Crouch will remain as directors. They will be joined by new directors Kieran Zubrinich and Amanda McMillan from MIRA and Jason Chan from MIRA’s co-investor GIC from Singapore. Tony Shepherd will join the Board as its new Chairman.
“I’d like to welcome Kieran, Amanda, Jason and Tony to the BINGO Board. Their knowledge and experience will help BINGO. I’d also like to thank Mike, Maria, Barry and Daniel for their substantial contribution to the business. Their oversight and guidance has been a key factor in our success. I’d like to thank them for their service to BINGO over the past four years and for the counsel they have provided to our business and to me personally. There is no doubt that their leadership has enabled us to get to where we are today,” Mr Tartak said.
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.
Our Trailblazers series aims to highlight the shining stars at BINGO. Each person chosen in this series represents the very best that BINGO has to offer. At BINGO, we feel its our responsibility to give our team the best opportunities to help them achieve in their roles. Check out our interview with Head of Environmental Operations, Ros Dent.