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"We stand for innovative, future-oriented resource recovery and environmental services.“
Working together to be successful.
Reliable services Australia-wide.
REMONDIS Australia, founded in 1982, commenced operations with a municipal bin supply and waste collection contract for Penrith City Council, in Sydney, New South Wales. Since then, REMONDIS Australia has experienced significant and sustained growth and is amongst the top 5 for this industry sector.
REMONDIS Australia currently provides waste collection services for more than 15,000 commercial customers and, through partnerships with local authorities, approximately 2 million residential premises.
REMONDIS Australia employs over 900 personnel and boasts a fleet of more than 1000 waste collection and transport vehicles.
In addition, REMONDIS Australia owns and operates state of the art landfills, materials recovery facilities (MRFs), transfer stations and waste processing and treatment facilities throughout Australia. REMONDIS Australia is responsible for landfilling over 1.2 million tonnes of waste in line with world’s best practices.
With over 35 business locations across cities and regional areas REMONDIS Australia is able to fulfil customer needs across the majority locations nation-wide passing on the benefits of operational efficiencies to both commercial and municipal customers.
REMONDIS Australia is part of the REMONDIS Group of Companies. Our parent company REMONDIS commenced operations in 1934 and is one of the world’s largest environmental management organisations, operating in 34 countries, including Australia, Asia and more than twenty European countries. With a far reaching network of more than 500 sorting, treatment and processing facilities, REMONDIS services over 20 million residents, and collects, processes and markets more than 25 million tonnes of recyclable materials each year.
REMONDIS Australia Service Divisions
Recycling provides potential cost savings to general waste, diverts waste from landfill and can be measured for sustainability reporting.
General waste is the material produced that cannot be reused or recycled for an alternative purpose, typically disposed at a landfill, buried and left to decompose.
Liquid colletion, transport and treatment, ranging from grease traps, septic waste, holding tanks, and oily water to flammable liquids.
Collection and management of household general and green wastes and recyclables.
Organics waste management, converting kerbside organics and biosolids to valuable compost products.
Transfer Stations and Materials Recovery Facilities are essential for waste processing, treatment and disposal of waste.