The US DoJ requires a waste management company to divest its assets to proceed with the acquisition of its competitor (Republic / Santek)

Justice Department Requires Republic Services to Divest Assets to Proceed with Santek Acquisition* Divestiture Will Preserve Competition in Markets for Small Container Commercial Waste Collection and Municipal Solid Waste Disposal in Six Local Markets in Five States The Department of Justice announced today that Republic Services Inc. (Republic) will be required to divest waste collection and disposal assets in five states in order to proceed with its acquisition of Santek Waste Services LLC (Santek). The department said that without the divestiture, the proposed acquisition would substantially lessen competition for small container commercial waste collection and municipal solid waste disposal services in

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US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, The US DoJ requires a waste management company to divest its assets to proceed with the acquisition of its competitor (Republic / Santek), 31 March 2021, e-Competitions April 2021 - II, Art. N° 99979

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