The company?s Benedict Recycling division will process the Parramatta City Council?s construction and demolition waste for the next three years, with an option for renewal.
Its Rydalmere facility will accept approximately 200 tonnes of the Council?s construction and demolition waste every week, which will then be processed in its Chipping Norton site. Benedict claims its recovery rates are around 20 per cent higher than those of its competitors.
?We?re very excited about the Parramatta City Council win, as it?s another step forward in the growth of our recycling business,? said Benedict Recycling?s group recycling manager Darin Anderson. ?Parramatta is a progressive and large council, so we?ll make great partners. The municipality is growing at a steady rate and the council has some solid development projects in the pipeline.?
The company has continued to grow its business over the past four years, spending $35 million on the new Chipping Norton facility.
SOURCE: Benedict Recycling