Tom Rudas, who was the founder of AnaeCo, now runs Aurigen.

Thai company buys Perth waste business

Three interconnected waste management businesses in Perth face a sudden change of fortune after Aurigen Group went into voluntary administration, a Thai company bought the Brockwaste plant in Shenton Park, and listed company AnaeCo positioned itself to work on the planned restart of the plant.

A common link between all three businesses is Tom Rudas, who was the founder of AnaeCo, now runs Aurigen, and is a director of Shenton Energy, the new owner of the Brockwaste plant.

Mr Rudas told Business News it was an unhappy coincidence Aurigen had gone into voluntary administration at the same time Shenton Energy finalised the Brockwaste purchase.


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AnaeCo (ANQ)

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Total Shareholder Return as at 31/10/17

1 year TSR5 year TSR
553rdVolt Power Group-20%-8%
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Remuneration from AnaeCo

407thDavid Lymburn$344k
1194thShaun Scott$76k
1195thLes Capelli$76k
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