Cleanaway can acquire waste assets from Suez

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) announced today that it will not oppose Cleanaway’s proposed acquisition of two landfills and five transfer stations in Sydney from Suez. The ACCC was concerned about the effects on competition for the transport and processing of putrescible waste (that is, waste that contains putrescible organics, such as food waste). Frontier Economics was retained by lawyers for Cleanaway to undertake an empirical analysis of the geographic markets in which transfer stations competed.

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