Covanta Acquires Chief Industrial Services
Covanta, a world leader in sustainable waste and energy solutions, has announced that its subsidiary, Covanta Environmental Solutions, has acquired Chief Industrial Services.
Covanta (NYSE: CVA), a world leader in sustainable waste and energy solutions, has announced that its subsidiary, Covanta Environmental Solutions, has acquired Chief Industrial Services ("Chief"), a privately-held environmental services company located in Wisconsin. The acquisition will expand and complement Covanta's existing capabilities in the Midwest, following the 2015 acquisition of Milwaukee-based Advanced Waste Services.
This most recent acquisition adds two locations to Covanta Environmental Solutions' current asset base and increases a portfolio of services and customized solutions to current and future customers. Chief specializes in tailored non-hazardous waste management and industrial cleaning services for industrial and commercial customers in the Midwest.
"The acquisition of Chief reinforces Covanta's commitment to growing our environmental services business by expanding our non-hazardous liquid and solid waste collection, transportation and waste treatment capabilities. We also believe that the integration of Chief with the previous acquisition of Advanced Waste Services will provide opportunities for synergies," said Paul Stauder, President, Covanta Environmental Solutions.
Created through both organic growth and the acquisition of several well-established environmental services companies, Covanta Environmental Solutions offers comprehensive industrial material management services to companies seeking solutions to some of today's most complex environmental challenges. With a nationwide network of treatment, recycling and Energy-from-Waste facilities, Covanta Environmental Solutions enables customers to mitigate risk and reach their sustainability goals.
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