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Fort Worth-based CG Environmental has been acquired by Salt Lake City-based EnviroServe Inc., a national provider of environmental and waste management services and a portfolio company of One Rock Capital Partners.

“We look forward to combining CG Environmental’s advanced technical and local market knowledge with EnviroServe’s comprehensive service offering,” said Nathan Savage, CEO of EnviroServe, in a statement. “As we look to expand our national reach and offering of essential environmental solutions, CG Environmental brings a team whose extensive industry experience and commitment to customer service, safety and efficiency will help accelerate our long-term growth goals.”

Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

CG Environmental is a full-service environmental and industrial service provider. EnviroServe said the addition of CG Environmental’s seven locations increases EnviroServe’s reach to 45 locations in the U.S.

From environmental remediation to emergency aid and waste management

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CG Environmental is a regional provider of specialized environmental remediation, emergency response and waste management services in Texas, Colorado, Oklahoma, Missouri and surrounding regions. It has a strong reputation for high-quality, reliable service and for solving its customers’ toughest environmental challenges, EnviroServe said.

EnviroServe said CG Environmental also works closely with state-of-the-art proprietary equipment, including its “Annihilator” solutions, which allow customers to clean up spills on sidewalks more efficiently than traditional solutions.

“The two companies are highly complementary, particularly in terms of geographic footprint and service offerings, and we believe this partnership will provide important resources to achieve EnviroServe’s mission of helping our customers overcome environmental challenges, mitigating risk and driving sustainability,” One Rock Operating Partner Andy Shackett said in a statement.

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