This acquisition is an important addition to Cura Terrae’s range of environmental services.
Enviro Technology joins Ecus, Environmental Monitoring Solutions and Envirocare under the Cura Terrae umbrella. As a leading global player in the air monitoring systems market, their services perfectly complement the range of environmental services offered by our ever-growing group.
Enviro Technology is based in Stroud, Gloucestershire and will work alongside our existing teams, offering real-time instrumentation and bespoke ‘turn-key’ environmental monitoring systems and support for the measurement of air pollution and greenhouse gases to a large range of clients in the UK and multiple geographies worldwide.
For almost 40 years, Enviro Technology has worked closely with government, local authorities, agencies, research and industrial clients to implement and support the instrumentation required to monitor compliance with legislative air pollution targets, as well as advancing localised strategies and solutions.
CEO of Cura Terrae, Professor Pete Skipworth, sees this entry into the air monitoring market as an important strategic step in Cura Terrae’s growth and an opportunity to continue building a leading and increasingly diverse, environmental group that offers complementary client services that make a real difference in taking care of The Earth. He comments, “It has never been more important to understand and manage the air pollution that is around us every day. This acquisition is a significant and exciting development for Cura Terrae, and we look forward to welcoming Enviro Technology’s staff and clients on board and continuing our mission. They will complement the services already offered by the group, and their expertise will strengthen our existing pool of knowledge, experience and resources, all of which allow us to offer excellent environmental services.”
Duncan Mounsor, Managing Director of Enviro Technology adds, “We’re thrilled to have found a place where our business and staff can thrive. Joining the Cura Terrae family means we can continue to provide our clients with cutting-edge monitoring technology and high-quality services within a multi-disciplinary environmental group that aligns with our mission to help our clients work towards a more sustainable future.”
Duncan adds ‘the expertise and experience our team bring to the group adds significant value, and we’re lucky to be joining teams whose disciplines perfectly complement what we offer our clients. Our global sales will continue to be led by Mike Webley, who is almost universally known in the air quality industry. We’ve been leading the air pollution monitoring sector for 40 years, and now it’s time to join forces with Cura Terrae and its subsidiary companies so that we can grow, learn, and lead.’
Cura Terrae is backed by investment from Palatine Private Equity’s Impact Fund, whose long-term commitment to place purpose and sustainability at the heart of their investment strategy aligns perfectly with Cura Terrae’s shared mission to protect the environment. This acquisition was also backed by Shawbrook Bank, and we were advised by David Mkhitarian and James Down at Hill Dickinson Manchester, as well as Alex Stewart and Nicola Merritt at Cortus Advisory. Enviro Technology shareholders were advised by Tim Ward at Harrison Clark Rickerbys Solicitors, Cheltenham.