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BINGO joins RE100

Commits to achieve 100% renewable electricity by 2025

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Date: 06/11/2020

Author: BINGO INDUSTRIES

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BINGO Industries Recycling Ecology Park Master Plan – Stage 1

In August, Stage 1 of BINGO’s master plan for the development of its world-leading 82-hectare Recycling Ecology Park at Eastern Creek was submitted to NSW planning authorities. 

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Date: 27/08/2020

Author: BINGO INDUSTRIES

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BINGO developing Australia’s largest and most advanced recycling centre in Western Sydney

Development of BINGO’s Materials Processing Centre 2 (MPC 2) at its Recycling Ecology Park in Eastern Creek is well underway, with the majority of the advanced recycling plant now installed. 

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Date: 27/08/2020

Author: BINGO INDUSTRIES

Sustainability
Bingo Industries
3 min read

Waste industry challenges

BINGO shares the biggest challenges facing Australia’s waste management and recycling industry, and how we can act today to create positive change.

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Date: 13/12/2019

Author: BINGO INDUSTRIES

Thought Leadership
Bingo Industries
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Australia’s largest and most advanced recycling facility

In April this year, 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.

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Date: 30/12/2018

Innovation
Bingo Industries
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Increase diversion rates of waste

It is estimated that Australia generates 67 million tonnes of waste per year and despite our continuing efforts to reduce, reuse and recycle, a staggering 60% of this waste goes to landfill. It’s no secret that Australia is running out of landfill. We need solutions that divert waste from landfill and help us achieve more sustainable outcomes for the health of our planet and our community.

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Date: 30/12/2018

Author: BINGO INDUSTRIES

Sustainability
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Toward Zero Waste Across Recycling Centres NSW

Countries across the world are adopting stringent approaches to sustainability. Sweden, voted the world’s most sustainable country, prides itself on urban farming, energy-efficient buildings and being home to “Europe’s greenest city” Vaxjo. While Switzerland locals must adhere to strict recycling regimes, Norway is successfully working towards an objective to become a completely carbon neutral country by 2030.

Brands around the world are also following suit. Global retailer H&M for instance accepts recycled clothing through its initiative, Garment Collecting; while Commonwealth Bank of Australia has ranked amongst the top 10 most sustainable businesses in the world, as a result of initiatives such as the Sustainable Property Strategy and the installation of solar panels across a number of its branches in Australia.

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Date: 30/12/2017

Author: BINGO INDUSTRIES