Burlington, Mass., September 11, 2019 – Montrose Environmental Group, Inc. (“Montrose”), a high-growth environmental services company, and Haley & Aldrich subsidiary, Emerging Compounds Treatment Technologies, Inc. (“ECT2”), a global leader in cutting-edge solutions that mitigate the impact of emerging contaminants in air and water, today announced that Montrose has acquired ECT2 from Haley & Aldrich. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
ECT2 is a leading provider of novel technologies for removing contaminants from water using a proprietary, cost-effective approach that leverages the properties of ion exchange resins to enable efficient analyte removal and on-site regeneration. With successful applications deployed around the world for contaminants including 1-4, dioxane and per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (“PFAS”) in water, its systems have achieved industry-leading uptime and deliver contaminant removal well below specified limits.
“We’re excited to see ECT2 take the next step to fulfill their potential under the guidance of its new strategic partner, Montrose,” said Larry Smith, President/CEO of Haley & Aldrich. Smith continued, “It’s been rewarding to see ECT2 grow over the last six years from essentially a start-up within Haley & Aldrich to a recognized leader in the marketplace for PFAS remediation solutions. Montrose is a perfect home for ECT2 given its focus on providing comprehensive, innovative environmental solutions for emerging contaminants.”
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