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Breaking News – Maylarch acquired…

Industry rationalisation continues as M&M Waste snaps up Maylarch.

M&M Waste Solutions has acquired Maylarch Ltd, an award winning, multi disciplinary, environmental services contractor. The company specialises in bespoke demolition, licensed asbestos removal, land remediation, waste management solutions as well as offering a full scope of environmental surveying services across the UK. The company has extensive experience working within a wide range of buildings and structure in the private and public sectors across health, education, commercial, industrial, utilities and social housing.

M&M Waste Solutions has been established over 45 years supplying waste collection services together with a full complement of waste management solutions throughout Oxfordshire and the surrounding counties. An extensive fleet of collection vehicles operate from Worton Park near Cassington, Oxford where the business operates a state of the art Materials Recycling Facility and Waste Transfer Station which recycles up to 150,000 tonnes of material every year.

The two companies will continue to operate separately to maintain their branding, and specialist services.

“This deal will allow further growth and security for all those working for Maylarch and will increase opportunities for our customers and suppliers,” says Simon Ward, Managing Director of Maylarch. “We can see some great opportunities opening up with M&M”

This is a view shared by Rob Fluckiger, Managing Director at M&M Waste Solutions. “We are delighted that this deal has been concluded as we have recently enjoyed working on a number of successful projects with Maylarch,” Fluckiger concludes. “There is great synergy between our two companies and the combination of knowledge, experience and capability within both businesses complement one another extremely well.”

M&M’s acquisition of Maylarch follows hot on the heels of Veolia’s acquisition of KDC Contractors, and suggests not only a rationalisation of the UK demolition industry but also signals closer ties between the demolition and waste sectors.

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