REMONDIS Australia acquires ETS

Remondis Australia Pty Ltd

Wednesday, 01 June, 2022

REMONDIS Australia acquires ETS

REMONDIS Australia has acquired Australian hazardous waste and dangerous goods processing and disposal operator Environmental Treatment Solutions (ETS). The two companies had entered into a joint-venture arrangement in 2018 but have now further cemented their relationship. ETS will operate under REMONDIS going forward, though it will keep its own name, and all staff members are expected to remain with the company.

ETS operates multiple end-to-end hazardous waste and dangerous goods disposal facilities, with a focus on packaged waste streams. It specialises in chemical and hazardous waste, contaminated soil, bulk liquids, industrial services and product destruction. It now joins REMONDIS’s Australian operations, complementing its waste disposal and recycling services.

While business is expected to continue as usual for the two companies, wastewater treatment operations may be initiated at ETS’s Rutherford site in the future.

“As a global leader in all facets of waste management, REMONDIS is interested in blue-chip businesses that can dovetail with the global group’s internationally recognised standards and capabilities,” ETS Manager Brad Williams said.

“On that front Environmental Treatment Solutions is an ideal fit, having developed a first-class track record in terms of environmental contribution and customer focus over many years.”

ETS’s employees join the 900 other staff members that operate within REMONDIS Australia. The founders of ETS, Jock Germany and Geoff O’Dell, will remain as consultants for the new business.

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