Malary, based at Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, will continue to trade as M2. It has more than 5,000 customers, and specializes in waste oil collection and recycling. It also provides equipment to clean car components during servicing.
Chris Handley, SafetyKleen UK general manager, says: “Private motorists and fleet operators want to know waste arising from car servicing is managed responsibly and recycled where possible. Malary has provided customers with waste collection and recycling to our high standard.”
Malcolm Walker, Malary’s founder and managing director, says: “This will be an extremely successful marriage because both companies have the same commitment to customers and legal observation.”
SafetyKleen, based at Isleworth, Middlesex, is extending to Malary’s customers its recently introduced Carepoint system of workshop waste collection.
SafetyKleen UK was founded in the Seventies as a subsidiary of an American company, but now has no connection with it. Malary was also founded more than 30 years ago.