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PAL Media promises a new event for 2019 as business booms


FOLLOWING a year of dramatic expansion, Skip Hire and Waste magazine’s owners, PAL Media, who also run the Waste expo shows for the waste and recycling industry, have announced the event is on hiatus for 2019.


Instead plans are afoot for PAL Media to organise an exciting waste industry networking event for later in the year.


The announcement comes after the company acquired its second publication, ToolBUSINESS+HIRE, a trade publication for the tool and construction industry.


“Following a period of growth, we felt the time was right to branch out and expand the media team’s off erings in other sectors,” Dan Daintry, one of PAL Media’s Directors explained. “Fortunately we were able to secure the highly regarded and well established ToolBUSINESS+HIRE.


“However, a second publication is currently taking a lot of our focus, which means we don’t feel we’d be able to do a Waste 19 show justice and give the industry the show it deserves. Therefore, we are scaling back our commitments and


putting the show on hiatus.


“We will, however, be organising a smaller event focused on allowing the sector to meet and network. We will be releasing details of this event in the coming months, so stay tuned.”


ToolBUSINESS+HIRE is a cross-channel publishing solution which produces 10 magazines a year. It is aimed at anyone who sells or hires out tools, whether for the retail or construction sectors.


You can view ToolBUSINESS+HIRE’s website at www.toolbusiness.co.uk


Enva acquires Bio Industries Ltd


ENVA, a leading provider of water, recycling and resource recovery solutions in the UK and Ireland, is pleased to announce that it has acquired Bio Industries Limited for an undisclosed sum.


Dublin-based Bio Industries Limited, manufactures and supplies bespoke biological, chemical and detergent solutions for wastewater treatment and pollution control. Established in 1992, the business has developed steadily to provide tailored, high quality environmental products and services to the wastewater, utilities, food


manufacture / processing and aquaculture industries.


The Bio Industries acquisition will be integrated into Enva’s Water Services Division, headed up by Carol Walsh.


Commenting on the acquisition, Simon Dick, Managing Director at Enva said: “Bio Industries’ innovative products are a complementary fi t with our existing Water Services business. We are looking forward to working closely with the current team to develop the business and off er an expanded product range to clients across the UK and Ireland. This is an exciting addition to our Water Services Division


and the team at Bio Industries brings deep specialist experience and knowledge.”


Ken Richardson, Managing Director of Bio Industries, also commented: “We are delighted to join the wider Enva team and look forward to expanding the business together.”


Enva’s Water Services Division provides dedicated water service solutions, tailored to suit the unique requirements of its clients. The company’s in-house team works with customers from a range of sectors to diagnose and resolve operating issues across the whole water delivery network.


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February 2019 Issue 263 www.toolbusiness.co.uk


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