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Vik Bansal

CEO of Cleanaway

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With over 25 years’ experience in a range of executive roles in Australia, Asia and the United States, Vik Bansal has a proven track record of leading industrial organisations through significant growth, transition and improvement.

SinceVik becomingBansal is the CEO and Managing Director at CleanawayCleanaway. inIn 2015, Vik Bansal has taken the company on a good to great journey, developingdeveloped the Footprint 2025 infrastructure strategy to invest in the right technology and facilities in the right location to drive resource recovery around Australia. As ofIn 2020, Footprint 2025 is now enteringentered phase two with a focus on moving across the waste value chain to enable on-shore circular economies for materials such as plastic and glass.

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Vik holds a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering with Honours, an MBA, and has completed the Advanced Management Program at INSEAD. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company DirectorsAustralian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of Engineers Australia. He is a founding Boardboard member of the National Waste & Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC).

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November 10, 2020

They pledged $190 million to a Recycling Modernisation Fund which will support investment in new recycling infrastructure, plus an additional $15 million to implement commitments to their action plan and $24.6 million to improve national waste data to assist in tracking progress against recycling targets.
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Since becoming CEO and Managing Director at CleanawayCleanaway in 2015, Vik Bansal has taken the company on a good to great journey, developing the Footprint 2025 infrastructure strategy to invest in the right technology and facilities in the right location to drive resource recovery around Australia. As of 2020, Footprint 2025 is now entering phase two with a focus on moving across the waste value chain to enable on-shore circular economies for materials such as plastic and glass.

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Vik holds a Bachelor of Electrical EngineeringElectrical Engineering with Honours, an MBA, and has completed the Advanced Management Program at INSEAD. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of Engineers Australia. He is a founding Board member of the National Waste & Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC).

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Vik holds a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering with Honours, an MBA, and has completed the Advanced Management Program at INSEADINSEAD. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of Engineers Australia. He is a founding Board member of the National Waste & Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC).

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Vik holds a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering with Honours, an MBA, and has completed the Advanced Management Program at INSEAD. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of Engineers AustraliaEngineers Australia. He is a founding Board member of the National Waste & Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC).

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With over 25 years’ experience in a range of executive roles in Australia, Asia and the United StatesUnited States, Vik Bansal has a proven track record of leading industrial organisations through significant growth, transition and improvement.

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With over 25 years’ experience in a range of executive roles in Australia, AsiaAsia and the United States, Vik Bansal has a proven track record of leading industrial organisations through significant growth, transition and improvement.

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Cleaning up Cleanaway: How CEO Vik Bansal ushered in a new era for Australia's largest waste management company

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January 28, 2021

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Cleanaway Investor Series 2 - VCRR & Data Analytics and Process Automation

December 17, 2020

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No Limitations - A Leader is a Dealer in Hope |Vik Bansal on Stitcher

No Limitations: A Leader is a Dealer in Hope |Vik Bansal en Apple Podcasts

Reporting Season 2020 Cleanaway (ASX:CWY): Vik Bansal, Managing Director and CEO

September 8, 2020

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Vik Bansal

CEO of Cleanaway

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With over 25 years’ experience in a range of executive roles in Australia, Asia and the United States, Vik Bansal has a proven track record of leading industrial organisations through significant growth, transition and improvement.

Since becoming CEO and Managing Director at Cleanaway in 2015, Vik Bansal has taken the company on a good to great journey, developing the Footprint 2025 infrastructure strategy to invest in the right technology and facilities in the right location to drive resource recovery around Australia. As of 2020, Footprint 2025 is now entering phase two with a focus on moving across the waste value chain to enable on-shore circular economies for materials such as plastic and glass.

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Vik holds a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering with Honours, an MBA, and has completed the Advanced Management Program at INSEAD. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of Engineers Australia. He is a founding Board member of the National Waste & Recycling Industry Council (NWRIC).

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Cleanaway

Sydney

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A circular economy in Australia: Vik Bansal and other waste management leaders celebrate establishment of product stewardship centre for excellence

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November 10, 2020

Vik Bansal on the "No Limitations" Podcast | "A Leader is a Dealer in Hope" Part One

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January 23, 2021

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November 10, 2020

They pledged $190 million to a Recycling Modernisation Fund which will support investment in new recycling infrastructure, plus an additional $15 million to implement commitments to their action plan and $24.6 million to improve national waste data to assist in tracking progress against recycling targets.
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