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Water treatment specialist acquired by Compliance Group

Water treatment services specialist, ARA Environmental, has joined Compliance Group’s water division, adding to the Group’s suite of extensive safety and regulatory compliance services.

Established in 2002, Kent-based ARA Environmental specialises in Legionella risk assessments, testing and training, as well as additional water treatment services to customers in London and the Southeast. The company offers guidance and support from initial assessments, through to planning and implementation of remedial actions and ongoing monitoring and control.

Compliance Group is a leading integrated provider of safety and regulatory compliance services across electrical, fire and water, operating in a wide range of sectors including Education, Health, Care Homes, Public Sector, Local Authority, Industry, Pharmaceutical, Hospitality, Leisure, Food and Beverage, Retail and Media.

Piotr Nowosad, CEO of Compliance Group said of the new partnership: “I’m delighted to have ARA Environmental join our water division. This strategic partnership marks another significant milestone for our accelerated growth, enhanced services, and continued innovation in water hygiene and treatment. The standards, culture, and quality of services ARA Environmental brings to the Group are well aligned with ours and will enable us to build on the legacy of this reputable business together.”

Peter Richards, Managing Director of ARA Environmental added: “I’m excited for the next step on ARA’s journey as part of the Compliance Group, enabling us to provide our customers with an even greater depth of service, whilst staying true to our company values and legacy. Our customers and our people are the forefront at everything we do, and this partnership will enable us to continuously invest in providing the best for both.”

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