CPE Capital consortium, which has made a $3.50 per share cash buyout proposal for Bingo and includes a Macquarie infrastructure fund, Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets, is likely to face scrutiny from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) which is likely to insist on small divestments should the bid succeed.
After five years and a tulmultuous 2020, Cleanaway Waste Management CEO and managing director Vik Bansal is leaving the company.
For operators who are carting dry, dusty material or sticky, wet slurry, a Flow-Easy vibrator will speed up the vacuum tanker unloading process and provide an efficient, safe and controlled load discharge.
A global risk management provider warns that delegating accountability for workplace safety will not be sufficient defence for board members and C-Suite executives under new industrial manslaughter laws across Australia.
South Australia’s recycling industry will receive a $30 million boost with the Federal and State Governments signing up to a National Partnership on Recycling Infrastructure. The partnership is the result of the $190 million Recycling Modernisation Fund (RMF) which will generate more than $600 million in infrastructure investment for Australia’s waste management and resource recovery sector.
ASX-listed Bingo Industries is the subject of an $2 billion-plus offer by a consortium led by Australian private equity firm CPE Capital.
As the UK battles the unrelenting march of COVID, organisations including the Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust are recycling their disposable masks into material that can be used to make new products like bottles, bins and furniture.
The Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO) has published ‘Australian packaging consumption and recycling data 2018–19’ a new report tracking Australia’s progress towards the 2025 National Packaging Targets (2025 Targets).
A major new report from Infrastructure Australia has found that the Australian infrastructure sector responded well to the challenges of COVID-19, while the pandemic accelerated structural trends such as digitisation, more local and regional infrastructure use, as well as service innovations and adaptations.
A major investment that will double Victoria’s domestic glass recycling capacity, increase its plastic recycling by 40 per cent and create 350 jobs is being underwritten by the Federal and State Governments.