The Canadian Competition Bureau negotiates consent agreement in a merger in the solid hazardous waste disposal market (Clean Harbors / Eveready)

Introduction Canada's Competition Bureau (“Bureau”), an independent enforcement agency that protects and promotes competition, reached agreement with Clean Harbors, Inc. (“Clean Harbors”) on 27 July 2009 on its proposed acquisition of Eveready, Inc. (“Eveready”) by requiring the company to divest Eveready's Pembina Area Landfill Ltd and Pembina Area Landfill Limited Partnership (“Pembina”) in the province of Alberta as a condition of regulatory approval. Pursuant to s. 105 of the Competition Act [1] (“Act”), a Consent Agreement between the two parties was filed at the Competition Tribunal (“Tribunal”)the following day. Based in Norwell, Massachusetts, Clean Harbors is North

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Gavin Murphy, The Canadian Competition Bureau negotiates consent agreement in a merger in the solid hazardous waste disposal market (Clean Harbors / Eveready), 27 July 2009, e-Competitions Bulletin Energy & Mergers, Art. N° 28234

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