Cleanaway CEO and Managing Director Vik Bansal is stepping down as part of an orderly leadership transition.
The Federal and Victorian Governments are turbo-charging Victoria’s recycling infrastructure, with a major investment that will double the state’s domestic glass recycling capacity, increase its plastic recycling by 40 per cent and create 350 jobs.
Cleanaway has released its FY20 Modern Slavery Statement to identify and mitigate any potential modern slavery risks in Cleanaway’s operations and supply chain.
Cleanaway and Coles have launched a depackaging unit in Brisbane to convert food waste into nutrient-rich compost, the first of its kind in Queensland.
Following the release of Cleanaway’s earnings, CEO Vik Bansal shares how the leading waste management company grew and remained resilient through delivering its 10-year strategic plan.
EPA Victoria has approved an Environment Management Plan (EMP) for Cleanaway’s Ravenhall landfill, as part of its application to receive tunnel boring machine (TBM) spoil from the West Gate Tunnel project.
Waste Management Review speaks with Return and Earn charity and community return point operators about collective community action and the social side of CDS.
EPA Victoria has granted a works approval for a second biogas facility at Melbourne Regional Landfill.
Cleanaway Waste Management has announced the appointment of Paul Binfield as Chief Financial Officer, following the retirement of Brendan Gill.
Gill joined Cleanaway as CFO in late 2014, and according to an ASX statement, leaves the company with a healthy balance sheet.
“His focus on getting the company through the legacy landfill remediation issues will be accretive to our cash flows in years to come,” the statement reads.
Binfield, who currently serves as CFO of Nufarm Limited, will take over the role from February 2021.
Cleanaway CEO and Managing Director Vik Bansal said while he is disappointed Gill made the decision to retire, he is excited for Binfield to join the company.
“I look forward to his leadership and contribution as we embark on phase two of our Footprint 2025 strategy,” Bansal said.
Cleanaway, one of Australia’s leading waste management and recycling companies, has been operating two Komatsu WA430-6 waste spec loaders for the past 12 months in a critical 24/6 waste handling facility catering for Melbourne’s south-eastern region.