Competition watchdog looks more closely at sale of Rilta
The state’s competition watchdog has widened its examination into the proposed acquisition of hazardous waste management company Rilta Environmental by waste and environmental services group Enva.
The Competition and Consumer Protection Authority has requested more information on the proposed sale, which would see Enva Group’s parent company British private equity firm Exponent Private Equity take sole control of Richardstown Investments, Grangerath Investments and Noah Investments. These are indirect holding companies for Rilta Environmental...
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