Closing of the acquisition of Natural Systems Utilities by Saur Group
Today the Saur Group (“Saur”) announces the closing, through Nijhuis Saur Industries (“NSI”), the Industrial Water arm of Saur, of the acquisition of Natural Systems Utilities (“NSU”), a leading provider of turnkey water treatment and reuse solutions in the United States.
As cities face an increasing urban population, decentralized water reuse emerges as a crucial stride toward ensuring access to water and sanitation. In a growing market driven by the need for water quality, this acquisition represents an opportunity to facilitate the evolution of water consumption from a finite resource to a sustainable one.
The combination of NSI and NSU, both prominent players in the water sector, will accelerate the introduction of new technologies and innovative approaches to the commercial and residential buildings markets in the Americas and Europe. This acquisition leverages the strengths of two industry leaders with highly complementary expertise, fostering new synergies that are ideally positioned to support the commercial and residential buildings markets.
The company will continue to be led by Zach Gallagher, President & COO of NSU and Bill Massa, CEO of NSU.
The completion of the acquisition has been approved by the relevant regulatory authorities and the integration of NSU into Industrial Water Solutions division of Saur Group has successfully kicked-off.
About Natural Systems Utilities (NSU):
NSU is a national leader in distributed water reclamation and reuse innovation, currently operating over 270 systems across the United States, including the largest base of onsite reuse and natural treatment systems. NSU’s approach offers clients fully integrated and cost-effective solutions that incorporate award-winning innovations in system design. With over 40 years of experience NSU has built the unique capability to structure a full range of design, build, operations and ownership project solutions. Their reputation has been built on best-in-class execution capability, and on long term shared-value partnerships with the people and communities served.