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Transpacific rebranded Cleanaway Waste Management

Transpacific Industries has been rebranded as Cleanaway Waste Management.

The name change signals a brand shift that CEO Vik Bansal labelled as a “key milestone in our good to great journey”.

“But this represents far more than a rebranding, it represents far more than a change in style and colour, it represents us as a whole, moving forward as one under a single brand,” Bansal said.

“It represents Cleanaway making a sustainable future possible, now and into the long term."

Transpacific brings soil injection to Victoria

Transpacific has launched the Victorian arm of its end-to-end organics soil injection program.

Dubbed the ‘Bio Ganics process’ Transpacific’s soil injection creates a nutrient rich fertilizer from liquid waste, collected from food and beverage manufacturers.

Once processed it’s injected into soil, about 10 to 30 cm below the surface, using a tanker tractor which has the capability to inject 24,000 litres of the nutrient rich solution every ten minutes.

Transpacific to change name and operational model

Transpacific shareholders voted unanimously for a company name change to Cleanaway Waste Management Limited at the October 30 AGM.

The name change will come into effect in conjunction with a company rebrand on 1 February 2016.

Newly appointed CEO Vik Bansal stated the aim was to eliminate confusion in the market by moving to one brand.

Transpacific’s annual report offers renewed purpose

Transpacific has released its 2015 Annual Report, offering a progressive vision off the back of a series of turbulent years.

The annual report comes in the context of a rapidly changing market, with Australia’s largest waste material management companies evolving to match a market which is integrating waste, water and energy services.

The seven keys to a high quality landfill

Transpacific’s Inkerman Landfill won the 2015 WMAA Landfill Award - we spoke to site manager Simon Jenner about excellence in site management.

An experienced landfill management professional, Jenner has been working with Transpacific in South Australia for the last seven years. He also serves as part of South Australia’s WMAA Committee and as the state chapter head for ALOA.

Transpacific files small 2014/15 loss

Transpacific Industries has reported a small loss after tax for the financial year ending June 30, 2015.

Reporting to the market, the company said it had filed a loss after tax of 23.6 million, a relatively modest amount for a company with between $1 billion and $2 billion in revenue.

Major impairments for the company during the year included a critically low international oil price striking the company’s hydrocarbon business, which recovers hydrocarbon oils to be sold as remanufactured fuels.


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