Wanless Waste Management has announced the acquisition of 4G Metals, a reputable Seven Hills-based metal recycler, in a move set to strengthen its diverse portfolio of waste management services. The acquisition was completed in February of this year.
4G Metals, with over 40 years of experience in the recycling industry, has developed a strong reputation in providing industrial and commercial metal recycling services. The company has become synonymous with a service-oriented approach and pricing integrity, primarily due to its versatile bin options ranging from 2m3 to 30m3.
“We are delighted to welcome the 4G Metals team to Wanless,” said Dean Wanless, CEO, in a statement. “This acquisition aligns with our strategy to continually diversify and expand our services, creating a more sustainable Australia. We believe their experience, combined with our own, will create powerful synergies to deliver superior waste management solutions.”
4G Metals has always focused on sustainable and responsible waste management. Their mission aligns perfectly with Wanless’s goals to preserve the environment and conserve natural resources.
Wanless, headquartered in Sydney, has established a broad range of services over the years that includes waste removal, recycling, resource recovery and environmental consultancy. With the addition of 4G Metals, Wanless will be able to further solidify its commitment to creating a more sustainable Australia, providing customers with an even more comprehensive suite of waste management solutions.
Under the Wanless banner, 4G Metals will continue to operate from its Seven Hills site, maintaining its commitment to local clientele. The company’s mission, to provide high quality, reliable, and competitively priced metal recycling services, will remain intact.
In recent years, waste management has become a topic of considerable importance as Australia seeks to reduce landfill waste and promote recycling. The acquisition of 4G Metals by Wanless is an example of the industry’s response to these societal changes, offering clients a broadened range of services while maintaining a commitment to the environment.
The acquisition is expected to be mutually beneficial for both companies. While 4G Metals will gain access to the resources and capabilities of a national waste management company, Wanless will expand its service offerings in the metal recycling sector.
“We are excited about the opportunities this acquisition brings,” said Simon Kaars Director for 4G Metals. “Joining Wanless will enable us to reach more customers, provide better service, and continue our commitment to sustainable and responsible waste management.”
Wanless’s acquisition of 4G Metals signals its commitment to consolidating its leading position in the Australian waste management industry, enhancing its service range while keeping the environment at the core of its operations.
For more information about the services offered by Wanless Waste Management and 4G Metals, please visit https://wanless.com.au/ and https://www.4gmetals.com/ respectively.