Money 3 waste management stocks turning trash into treasure

15:06  09 april  2018
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Small NSW factory gives e-waste new life

  Small NSW factory gives e-waste new life A 'microfactory' in Sydney claims to be the first facility of its size to transform electronic waste into materials such as tin and copper that can be re-used.Sydney is now home to the world's first 'micro-factory' for redeeming useful materials from electronic waste.

One man’s trash is another’s treasure and these ASX-listed companies are certainly capitalising on our burgeoning waste management sector. These 3 ASX-listed companies are turning piles of rubbish into piles of money.

1. Turn it into art. French street artist, Lor-K, turns discarded mattresses into museum-worthy objects. Sweden has gotten so good at turning waste into energy that it’s actually importing garbage I guess one man’s trash can still be another man’s treasure .

  3 waste management stocks turning trash into treasure © Getty Images One man’s trash is another’s treasure and these ASX-listed companies are certainly capitalising on our burgeoning waste management sector.

Australia’s growing economy has brought prosperity for many, but population growth brings with it the inevitable generation of more waste so it makes sense the waste collection, treatment and disposal services industry is growing at a rapid pace.

These 3 ASX-listed companies are turning piles of rubbish into piles of money.

Bingo Industries Ltd (ASX: BIN)Waste management and recycling company Bingo Industries Ltd have gone from strength-to-strength in the last 12-months, with its share price up more than 60% from its $1.74 IPO in May 2017 to the April 5 closing price of $2.79.Bingo is asserting itself as a serious growth stock despite its short time as a listed company, reporting a first-half pro forma NPAT of $21.3 million and revenue of $141.7 million with a strong second-half forecast and a solid plan to expand across Australia exponentially from its current NSW base.

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Best Dividend Capture Stocks . Waste Management : Turning Trash Into Dividend Treasure . One Man’s Trash . Waste Management ’s operating gold comes down to being the top dog in a relatively boring, but stable, field.

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Bingo’s share register is clocking some exciting movements too – this week well-respected investment house Washington H. Soul Pattinson and Co. Ltd (ASX: SOL) announced it had become a substantial holder of Bingo with a 5.1% interest logged.

Soul Patts has a knack for investing in long-term winners so investors who like to follow suit on the big end of town should have their eyes peeled on this one.Cleanaway Waste Management Ltd (ASX: CWY)Integrated industrial cleaning company Cleanaway Waste Management Ltd has had a relatively volatile 12-months in terms of share price rises but is up from $1.16 at this time last year to an April 5 close of $1.43.The $2.91 billion market cap company is poised for significant growth in the medium term with the current takeover of integrated waste management company Tox Free Solutions Limited (ASX: TOX) on the agenda, with a meeting to vote on the scheme of arrangement for the deal on May 3.

Millennial super fund Spaceship has been fined for misleading conduct

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Waste Management has been cleaning up the town for decades, but are you wasting a buying opportunity after earnings? Jim Cramer spoke with its newly minted

Instead of just dumping unused items in the trash , why not transform them into something that’s both beautiful and functional? With a little bit of imagination and effort you can easily turn them into colorful plates for serving fruits, candies, or snacks.

The offer so far prices Tox Free at $671 million, but the integration of both businesses could take up to two years if it all goes ahead as planned although Cleanaway has forecast the acquisition will see positive bottom line effects by FY2021.Cleanaway reported “strong organic growth” for the six months to December 31, 2017 with NPAT rising 60% to $45 million, EBITDA up 2.8% to $154.2 million and gross revenue up more than 8% to $785.5 million.Cleanaway will roll out a number of new contracts in the 2018 calendar year which should help to keep its FY18 guidance easily on track with its liquid and industrial services division poised for the biggest operational growth.One to watch as the Tox deal progresses.

No survivors after small plane crash on Arizona golf course

  No survivors after small plane crash on Arizona golf course A small plane has crashed and burst into flames on a suburban Phoenix golf course but there's no word yet on what happened to those aboard. However, authorities say nobody on the ground was hurt. ABC15 reports that emergency crews responded to the TPC Scottsdale Champions Golf Course, the sister course to the Stadium Course where the Waste Management Phoenix Open is held each February.

As the saying goes, one person’s trash is another person’s treasure . Since 2000, Waste Management stock has held an average PE ratio of 20. As a result, the stock appears to be slightly overvalued.

Waste Management 's new e-commerce site creates additional revenue streams for the company and gives its IT team sales quotas to fill.

Sims Metal Management Ltd (ASX: SGM)Global metals and electronics recycling company Sims Metal Management has seen share price slides in the 2018 calendar year so far, down from a February 28 high of $17.45 to an April 5 close of $14.13.Sims is involved in the buying, processing and selling of ferrous and non-ferrous recycled metals and solutions for the disposal of post-consumer electronics products – e-waste recycling is no doubt a sector set to experience huge growth in the future.Sims reported an underlying EBIT rise of 60% for its first-half results with a fully-franked interim dividend payment of 23c per share and underlying NPAT of $81 million.

The global e-waste recycling market is expected to grow US$26 billion by 2022 and if Sims Metal can get its fundamentals right it should be on track for big things in a short time frame.

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Boy unearths legendary Danish king's trove in Germany .
A 13-year-old boy and an amateur archaeologist have unearthed a "significant" treasure trove in Germany which may have belonged to the legendary Danish king Harald Bluetooth who brought Christianity to Denmark. Rene Schoen and his student Luca Malaschnitschenko were looking for treasure using metal detectors in January on the northern island of Ruegen when they chanced upon what they initially thought was a worthless piece of aluminium.But upon closer inspection, they realised that it was a shimmering piece of silver, German media reported.

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