Mayhew Environmental Training Associates (META)
META Acquires EHS
Lawrence, KS: Mayhew Environmental Training Associates (META) has acquired EHS Resource Group. The acquisition was made in April. This is the second company META has acquired this year, with the first being the asbestos training business of Impact7G in January.
“We’re so excited to partner with EHS to expand our training footprint in the HAZMAT training world! We are confident that this partnership will help us provide a wider base of knowledge for our hazmat training and improve our curriculum for our hazmat clients,” says Rebecca Mayhew, Operations Manager at META.
“We have clients we have worked for the entire 23 years we've existed and we have built many strong relationships as well as friendships. You feel very protective of those relationships when someone else picks up the mantle and runs the business,” says Matt Wilson, owner at EHS. “Everyone from META I have had the privilege to meet and work with has been highly professional and a pleasure to get to know. It gives me a significant amount of comfort knowing these are the people that will handle the relationships we built going forward.”
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About META: META is an industry leader of Environmental and Safety Training and Consulting Services, focusing on the areas of asbestos, lead-based paint, mold, hazardous materials, and construction safety. Since 1987, META centrally located in Lawrence, Kansas, has been providing compliance training and consulting for the private and public sectors throughout the United States and around the world.
About EHS: EHS Resource Group is a service oriented company providing assistance with regulatory compliance and employee training to the chemical industry. EHS has assisted companies from Philadelphia to Portland and Northern Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico. They have provided assistance to companies and other entities tailored to their specific chemical processes and inventory. These include Valero, Koch Industries, the US Department of Defense, Cargill, the US Department of Agriculture, Amana Manufacturing as well as Federal Homeland Security. ####