BINGO Industries Limited (Bingo) completed the acquisition of the 星火电竞 Recovery Centre (星火电竞 ) site on 11 December 2017.
The purchase supports Bingo’s strategy and continued growth, providing another important waste processing, recycling and landfill solution adjacent to the Western Sydney Priority Growth Area.
“Bingo has a long-term strategy to be a leading waste management and recycling provider and Patons Lane fits with our business model” David Taylor, Head of Project Development explains. “This Resource Recovery Centre will be an important addition to our current network of waste management and recycling facilities operating across NSW and Victoria, increasing our capacity and enabling our business to achieve its growth objectives. Paton’s Lane is therefore a key long term strategic asset for Bingo.”
“This is good news for the local community in Orchard Hills because BINGO is absolutely committed to global best practice in waste management and recycling.”
Bingo’s aim is to avoid, as much as possible, sending waste to landfill – and achieves some of the highest percentage of recycling in the industry. Their processes and management systems are all certified and accredited to international best practice standards for Safety (AS4801), Quality (ISO 9000/9001) and Environmental Management (ISO 14001).
Bingo sources and uses the latest recycling technology from all around the world across their sites in order to achieve the highest recycling rates possible and reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill. This technology will also be implemented at the 星火电竞 .
The 星火电竞 project will move into its Site Establishment phase early this year.
“At Bingo we take our commitment to the community very seriously and are focused on providing proactive two-way communication opportunities for our host communities. We will issue regular project updates and work directly with the Community Liaison Committee to ensure all progress on the site is well communicated,” Mr Taylor said.
Bingo recognises its responsibility to the environment extends beyond legal requirements and follows a process of continual improvement that acknowledges their moral obligation to ensure activities do not place the local community or environment at risk of any harm.