With more than 50 service centres, NRCG has a national service network providing emergency and spill response, light industrial services, hazardous and industrial waste management and transportation services.
From a base of disposal assets in the two key oil basins in the Gulf region, the Permian and the Eagle Ford, NRCG provides landfill disposal of waste from oil and gas drilling, treatment and handling of residual waste streams and rental and transportation services to support its disposal operations.
NRCG's pro forma revenue and adjusted EBITDA, as reported, were approximately USD 389m and USD 91m, respectively, for the year ended December 31, 2018, which includes pro forma adjustments for its 2018 acquisitions.
NRCG is expected to contribute approximately USD 120m to US Ecology's adjusted EBITDA in the first full year following the combination and be accretive in the mid-single digits to US Ecology's 2020 adjusted earnings per share, before synergies.
NRCG's Alaskan operations focus on recycling and environmental services.
The acquisition reflects OIT's continued dedication to provide the highest quality thermal treatment services and demonstrates NRCG's expanding capability and ability to offer global resources and expertise to the Alaskan market.
The addition of OIT's business significantly increases NRCG Alaska's statewide footprint and expands its full line of compliance-based waste treatment and environmental related services.
NRCG is a global provider of a wide range of environmental, compliance and waste management services.