Benedict is always proud to be part of community-based initiatives. Fairfield Hospital’s new Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander garden is one such initiative and a physical reminder of the cultural importance of Australia's Indigenous people. Constructed on...
It is no secret that we have a huge carbon emissions problem that significantly contributes to climate change. Our climate is changing faster than predicted and if we, as businesses and individuals, don’t start taking serious actions now, climate change will bring...
Benedict Industries, together with our partners Mirvac and the Halfpenny family, are proud to announce that the NSW Department of Planning and Environment have now approved the rezoning of our Souwest Development Menangle lands. After years working with the community...
Just before Christmas, Benedict Recycling ran a competition in Newcastle and Wollongong giving local residents the chance to win a Clean-Up Crew for the day. The first lucky winners, Kathleen & Jim Dorman from Warners Bay received a timely visit from our lads –...
Recent industry rumours have suggested that Benedict Recycling is being bought by Bingo Industries Ltd. As it has been on previous occasions, this rumour is completely unfounded.
Tipping your waste couldn’t be easier since we launched our free trailer hire* at all our recycling facilities.
Today we celebrated women in this essential industry, the waste industry. What was secret women’s business not that long ago is now an everyday topic of conversation.
The first stage of Western Sydney Wanderers (WSW) centre of excellence at Blacktown International Sports Park is well and truly underway.
Our Wollongong recycling facility has a new second weighbridge installed and is open for business, thanks to the good work of the Benedict Operations team.
Benedict Industries is partnering with Symbio Wildlife Park in an effort to increase food stocks for our endangered national treasure.
Hope has been reignited for the proposed Georges Cove Marina in Moorebank.
It’s was a week of swirling, sipping and spitting as wine judges from across Australia have descended on Cowra for the annual Cowra Wine Show. Benedict are proud to once again sponsor the show.
The storms of December 2015 not only damaged or destroyed many homes and businesses in Kurnell, but also had a devastating impact on the natural environment of the Kurnell Peninsula.
Ernest Dupere doesn’t have a problem with waste. He can’t get enough of it. Better it go to him and the company he co-directs with Dana Dupere, than end up in landfill or worse, dumped illegally.
On Saturday 14 April 2018, fire broke out at Casula in the south of Sydney. Strong winds spread the blaze south east towards Wattle Grove, Holsworthy, Voyager Point and Pleasure Point, eventually impacting an area of more than 3,800 hectares.
Benedict Industries will open the Sandy Point Quarry in Holsworthy to the local community on 1 May so residents can gain a better understanding of the site’s activities, the company’s development plans for the quarry, and steps taken to reduce the impact on the surrounding community and the environment.