Perth waste: if you follow the local press in Western Australia or read the national business news, you may be aware of the recent acquisition whereby global waste management group SUEZ paid $87m for Perth Waste business. The acquisition is covered here in the online magazine Business News.


Key quotes from the article include:


“Perth waste was jointly owned by its three directors, led by managing director Kim Gorey.”


“The business was established in 2001 but was expanding rapidly over the past few years, with staff numbers hitting 185 and revenue expected to reach $50m in 2016.”


Waste Management Review commented:


“Founded in 2001, Perthwaste provides waste management services across Western Australia’s state capital and its south west region. The company has a large and well-established customer base across local government and commercial markets, serving a population of 760,000 people across numerous contracts.”


“Perthwaste’s waste infrastructure assets include two waste transfer stations, two materials recycling facilities, three depots, a landfill and a composting facility. With around 185 employees and a fleet of 68 trucks, the business is forecast to generate revenues above $50 million in 2016.”


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