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REMONDIS Australia has achieved a surge in growth this year. Having purchased Orora Limited’s Western Australia’s recycling business and New South Wales family owned Watts Waste Pty Ltd, the company can now provide its customers with greater access to recycling and waste management solutions. The two acquisitions will significantly increase REMONDIS’ presence in the Australian recycling market.
With the two acquisitions, REMONDIS will have the capacity to manage in excess of 100,000 tonnes per annum of recyclable materials for commercial, industrial and municipal customers. The integration of the two firms into REMONDIS’ network will bring about significant synergies in the short term and will add greater national service offerings to the company’s client base in Australia.
Orora is based in Canning Vale, in the Southern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. The company is the leading processor of waste paper in Western Australia and receives and processes up to 80,000 tonnes per annum of paper and cardboard predominantly. Orora provides waste fibre processing capabilities, received from commercial and municipal clients within the metropolitan and regional areas of Perth.
Australia is one of the REMONDIS Group’s fastest-growing core regions.
The majority of the fibre is graded and exported to Asia. This facility was declared as a “Recycler Leading by Example” from Western Australia’s State Government recognising its outstanding efforts to increase recycling. REMONDIS Australia has current operations based in Perth’s northern suburb of Osborne Park where it has a processing facility for paper and cardboard. Thanks to this acquisition, REMONDIS is now the market leader in this field in Perth.
The Watts Waste business operates out of two depots located at Oxford Falls in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, and Smithfield located in Sydney’s Western Suburbs. The facilities collect a combined total of approximately 55,000 tonnes of commercial waste and around 10,000 tonnes of paper and cardboard per annum.
„REMONDIS Australia keeps growing and increasing its market share and on top of the above two acquisitions a number of other acquisitions are in the pipeline. We are thrilled about adding the two organisations to REMONDIS Australia and continuing to provide exceptional service to our customers.“
Luke Agati, Managing Director REMONDIS Australia