August Mack Acquires Compliance Technologies, Inc.

August Mack is pleased to announce the acquisition of Compliance Technologies, Inc. (CTI), an environmental, health, and safety consulting firm, of Cleveland, Ohio.

The acquisition of CTI will help August Mack to further develop the Cleveland market and expand August Mack’s capabilities to support new clients while providing CTI’s current clients with the expertise, innovation, and commitment that August Mack clients have come to know.

CTI has served the Cleveland area for over 30 years, providing high-quality compliance, waste management, remediation, and site assessment services to both private and municipal clients in a variety of industries, such as insurance, industrial, banking, and manufacturing. The merging of August Mack and CTI’s teams, experience, and expertise will ensure that all current and future customers will receive exceptional and innovative service for all their environmental needs.

To learn more about CTI, please click here.

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