24-25 Jul 2024

Session Information

24-Jul, 12:30 - 13:00

How BINGO is helping customers transition to a low carbon future through recycling and low carbon products

NSW EPA Seminar Theatre

BINGO is leading the way to a circular economy with its new Recycling Water Treatment Plant in Western Sydney’s growth corridor. Having invested close to $1 billion in recycling assets over the past eight years, its latest state-of-the-art facility will change the Construction and Demolition industry in NSW. BINGO will be able to accept up to 240,000 tonnes of GSW contaminated soils that would have otherwise been sent to landfill. The new plant and associated on-site infrastructure will see BINGO produce a further 300ktpa of recycled products for the Sydney market. The products will include aggregates, sand and soil and an engineered fill product. In addition, Australian companies are about to be challenged by new International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) climate reforms which will see the companies (of $500m revenue pa) having to disclose reporting on scope three emissions.

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