White & Case Advises Macquarie Asset Management on Its Acquisition of DTG Recycle
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Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised Macquarie Asset Management, the world’s largest infrastructure manager, on its acquisition of DTG Recycle, Washington State’s leading independent vertically integrated non-municipal solid waste recycling business.
DTG Recycle is the largest recycler of construction, demolition, industrial and manufacturing waste in the Pacific Northwest. They strive for a zero-waste future by collecting, transporting, processing and manufacturing waste into innovative end-products from recovered materials. With a diversified collection and transportation fleet, they provide unique, convenient recycling methods and the industry’s best customer service. DTG Recycle also offers full-service organics processing, portable restrooms and sweeper truck services.
The White & Case team was led by Private Equity partners Luke Laumann and Daniel Kozin, and included M&A associates Harkesh Patel and Eric Thornton; Law Clerk Annabelle Healey assisted on the matter; and Debt Finance partners Justin Wagstaff and Brett Pallin, and associate Ryan Talbott; Tax partner Steven Gee and associate Brandon Dubov; Employment, Compensation & Benefits partner Victoria Rosamond and associate Peter Shelburne; Real Estate partner Steven Lutt and associate Christian Berger; Environmental & Climate Change partner Seth Kerschner and counsel Laura Mulry; Technology Transactions partner Burr Eckstut and associate Nashel Jung (all in New York); Data, Privacy & Cybersecurity partner F. Paul Pittman (Washington, DC), counsel Jacqueline Chung and associates Michelle Letourneau-Belock and Romer Telemi (all in New York); Antitrust partner Rebecca Farrington, and associates Heather Greenfield and Ashley Stoner (all in Washington, DC); Real Estate counsel Amy Kurland (Chicago); and M&A associate Kemar Brown (Houston).
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