Shamrock Environmental has announced it has acquired JG Environmental, marking its fifth acquisition since 2020.

Gage Edwards, Content Producer

February 29, 2024

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Today, Shamrock Environmental has announced it has acquired JG Environmental, marking its fifth acquisition since 2020.

With JG Environmental, Shamrock takes over its waste processing and disposal capabilities in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. JG Environmental provides services such as waste solidification, waste management, waste transportation, and industrial services to its area residents.

Shamrock Environmental provides waste services to more than 20 states and approximately 2,000 customers.

“We are excited to welcome JG to the Shamrock family,” Shamrock CEO Tom Healy said.

“The JG team shares our commitment to providing best-in-class environmental services and protecting the local environment. Shamrock’s extensive experience in non-hazardous waste processing, waste management, and industrial services uniquely positions us to support JG’s plans for long-term growth in the Northeast.”

“The acquisition of JG enables Shamrock to provide comprehensive environmental services on the East Coast from Florida to Pennsylvania,” said Jason Sutherland, a Managing Partner of CenterOak.

“JG’s focus on developing permitted waste processing facilities to meet the recurring service and disposal needs of local customers complements an identical approach at Shamrock.”

Terms of the acquisition have not yet been disclosed.

CenterOak Partners, the Dallas, Texas based private equity firm and owners of Shamrock Environmental, have completed over 150 transactions totaling over $8 billion in value.

About the Author(s)

Gage Edwards

Content Producer, Waste360

Gage Edwards is a Content Producer at Waste360 and seasoned video editor.

Gage has spent the better part of 10 years creating content in various industries but mostly revolving around video games.

Gage loves video games, theme parks, and loathes littering.

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