With a licence to process up to two million tonnes of waste each year and capable of both material recovery and recycled product manufacturing, the Ecology Park is a one-of-a-kind recycling precinct in Australia.
The site currently recovers over 85% of materials it collects and when development is complete, it will be capable of processing and recycling all B&D and C&I waste streams, including bricks, concrete, glass, plastic, metal, sand, soils and timber. All on the one site, these materials will be sorted, recovered and then reprocessed into BINGO’s ECO Product range of recycled products, providing Sydney with a sustainable, circular solution for B&D and C&I waste.
BINGO’s Recycling Ecology Park will provide the Greater Sydney Region with crucial recycling infrastructure to help communities divert more waste from landfill and close the resources loop. This important project is estimated to generate 400 jobs during the construction phase and 200 additional jobs once operational for the Western Sydney region.
BINGO acquired its Eastern Creek site from Dial a Dump Industries in 2019 and is constructing the park’s second Materials Processing Centre, the 9,000m2 MPC2, which was an existing approved development application.
The site acquired by BINGO does not include The Next Generation Waste to Energy development and BINGO has no plans to develop a Waste to Energy facility at its Eastern Creek Recycling Ecology Park.
Stage 2 of the master plan development will include the construction of innovative waste infrastructure such as glass and plastics, ferrous and non-ferrous metal and recycled products manufacturing facilities.
The park is being built to exceed sustainability, environmental and safety standards with advanced fire safety, rooftop solar and rainwater catchment systems being installed. Eventually, the site will be 100% powered by renewable energy.
BINGO is committed to continuing to work with its local stakeholders in Western Sydney, particularly local residents, to ensure they are kept up-to-date on any development activities. Community members are encouraged to subscribe to our community newsletter to ensure they are kept informed of development and stakeholder activities
Find out more about the park’s environmental monitoring and development application information.