Mahoney Environmental Acquired Green Oil, LLC
Mahoney Environmental completed acquisition of Green Oil, LLC, on April 17, 2018.
Mahoney Environmental—a leading recycler of used cooking oil for 65 years—announced acquisition of—Green Oil, LLC dba Green Dining—an oil recycling and grease trap servicing company in Arizona. Through this acquisition, Mahoney Environmental will expand its product portfolio, especially offering its services to customers in Arizona.
The acquisition was announced in December 2017, with an aim to strategically grow Mahoney’s reach in the direct servicing of customers for used cooking oil collection, grease trap maintenance, plumbing, recycling, and other back-of-the-house service needs. The two companies will continue to expand these services nationally with an aim to become a top licensed recycler in the U.S.
“This acquisition will continue to move us west and contribute to Mahoney growth in self-service coverage, now at 31 states. Green Dining is all about the customer experience and creating a personal relationship in its local market with each customer. Just like Mahoney, they are committed to integrity and transparency to create trust in the partnership with each of their customers. We will continue to use that common interest to support each establishment and provide the most reliable and cost effective back-of-the-house solutions. Green Dining employees will join Mahoney as part of the Arizona team.” Said Vito DiPietra, VP of West Operations – Mahoney Environmental.
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