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This list, as far as we know, is the only public list of companies that have become certified to the ISO 14000 / 14001 standards for environmental management systems. ANSI and the ISO organization do not release the names, as far as we know. If your company is certified, that is an admirable achievement and ought to be publicized to enable customers to be aware of the company's efforts to protect the environment and manage responsibly.
According the most recent reports, there are 14,000 companies worldwide certified to ISO14000. Of these, the majority are in
The reports are no longer publicly available; ISO has stopped publishing them.
You might not expect a modest-size metal-finishing company in Brighton, Michigan to be pioneering a new environmental path for its industry. However, March Coatings, Inc. is just announced its certification to the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System.
"We are the first metal-finishing company in North America to achieve ISO 14001," states Mr. Steve March, CEO, "and our position is somewhat unique, because this standard is not a requirement for us to do business with our customers. However, it is the way we want to do business, and how we want to run our operation."
Ford Motor Company's North Penn facility, near Lansdale in Montgomery County, has been certified under the international environmental standard ISO 14001. North Penn is the
(as of May 2, 1997) automotive facility in North America to achieve the standard. The other four also belong to Ford.
The ISO 14001 standard involves the use of a strict environmental management system and, like the related ISO 9001 quality standard, it requires that an organization monitor and continually improve its performance. The standard encompasses all of the environmental effects of a manufacturing site, including energy use, water treatment, waste disposal, noise and air quality. ISO 14001 certification is one step being
taken under a new Ford Environmental System that is designed to provide a globally consistent set of environmental management procedures, yet allow each local plant to identify its own environmental needs and objectives.
Ford is seeking global ISO 14001 certification as an independent means to measure the company's environmental performance.
For more information about the effort, contacts at Ford News (APO Public Affairs, Suite 920, 16800 Executive Plaza, Dearborn, MI 48126-6200) include Norm Johnson, 313 337-2890, and Karen Holtschneider, 202 962-5390.
Updated May 09, 2006
To see a fairly current list of companies in the US that have received their ISO14000 certifications, click on the corresponding state, or scroll down.
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If your company is certified and you do not see it in the list below, click here to notify us. We'll verify your status with the RAB and add you to the list. Get all the value you can from your company's achievement by being sure it gets the recognition it deserves!
AlabamaAkzo Nobel Chemicals, Lemoyne Site
Akzo Nobel Chemicals, (Axis facility)
Daikin America, Inc.
Lockheed Martin Electronics and Missiles
SCI Systemis, Inc, Huntsville
Sony Magnetic Products of America (Dothan facility)
IBM (Tucson facility)
Lockheed Martin Electronics and Missiles (Troy facility)
SGS-Thomson MicroElectronics (Phoenix)
Crystal Bottle Water Company (Phoenix)
Sanyo Manufacturing Corporation (Forrest City facility)
Lockheed Martin Vought Systems
3M Dental Products Division (Irvine)
Analog devices, Inc. (Santa Clara)
Apple Computer's Sacramento Operations Center
Brent America Inc. (La Mirada facility)
Cannon Business Machines, Inc. (Costa Mesa facility)
M (San Jose facility)
Molycorp, Inc. (Mountain Pass)
Nellcor Puritan Bennett Inc./Hospital Manufacturing DivisionPacific Bell
Pacific Bell Corporate Realestate (San Ramon)
Philips Semiconductors (Sunnyvale Facility)
Qualcomm Personal Electronics (San Diego facility)
Raychem Corporation, Polyswitch (Menlo Park)
Ricoh Electronics Inc. (Irvine facility)
Ricoh Electronics Inc. (Fountain Valley facility)
Rioh Electronics (Tustin)
Sanyo Energy Corp. (San Diego facility)
Sanyo E&E Corp. (San Diego facility)
SGS-Thomson Microelectronics, Inc. (Rancho Bernardo)
Sony De Mexicali (Calexico facility)
Sony Technology Center (San Diego facility)
Sony Trans Com, Inc. (Irvine facility)
Sony Video Corporation (Baja facility)
Square D Pacifico
United Paradyne Corporation (Vandenberg Air Force Base)
Xerox Corporation (El Segundo facility)
Duracell North Atlantic Group
Hamilton Standard (Farmington)
Hamilton Standard (Windsor Locks facility)
Formosa Plastics Corp. (Delaware City facility)
Ciba Speciality Chemicals, Pigments Division
BF Goodrich Aerospace CSD
Cirent Semiconductor (Joint Venture of Lucent Technologies/Cirrus Logic)
Lockheed Martin Electronics and Missiles (Orlando site)
Lockheed Martin Tactical Defense Systems (Oldsmar facility)
Northrop Grumman Corporation (St. Augustine facility)
Republic Metals Corporation (Opa-Locka facility)
Sony Professional Products Company (Boca Raton facility)
Carrier Transicold (Athens facility)
Rockwell Automation Allen Bradley Co. Inc.
NEC Technologies Inc. (McDonough facility)
NCR Corporation (Peachtree City facility)
Synthetic Industries (Chickamauga facility)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (Carrollton facility)
Micron Technology Inc.
Micron Electronics, Inc. (Nampa facility)
Micron Electronics, Inc. (Boise facility)
Borg-Warner Automotive, Air/Fluid Systems Corporation (Dixon facility)
Cooper Industries (Melrose Park facility)
Fuji Hunt Photographic Chemicals Inc.
ITT McDonnell & Miller (Chicago facility)
Digital Audio Disc Corporation (Terre Haute facility)
Ford Motor Company (Indianapolis facility)
Lockheed Martin Control Systems (Fort Wayne facility)
NIPSCO Michigan City Generating Station
NIPSCO Central Stores/Service Center
NIPSCO Monticello Local Operating Area
NIPSCO Plymouth Local Operating Area
NIPSCO Valparaiso Local Operating Area
NIPSCO Warsaw Local Operating Area
NIPSCO Crown Point Local Operating Area
NIPSCO Gary Local Operating Area
NIPSCO Hammond Local Operating Area
NIPSCO La Porte Local Operating Area
NIPSCO Angola Local Operating Area
NIPSCO Fort Wayne Local Operating Area
NIPSCO Goshen Local Operating Area
NIPSCO Peru Local Operating Area
NIPSCO South Bend Local Operating Area
Viking Pump Inc. (Cedar Falls facility)
Haldex brake Products Corp. (Iola)
Kentucky Elf Atochem (Carrollton facility)
Formosa Plastics Corp. (Baton Rouge facility)
BOC Gases (Kittery facility)
Condea Vista Company (Baltimore facility)
Acushnet Rubber Company, Inc.
Analog Devices, Inc. (Wilmington Manufacturing facility)
Ciba Specialty Chemicals (Pigments Division)
EG&G Optoelectronics (Salem facility)
Lockheed Martin Infared Imaging Systems
Sanders, (Lockheed Martin Company)
Ford Motor Company (Romeo Engine Plant)
Ford Motor Company (Van Dyke facility)
March Coatings, Inc. (Brighton facility)
Parke-Davis Research Ann Arbor facility
Performance Solutions International Ltd.
Phillips CSS (Dearborn)
SERMAcoat, L.L.C. (Brighton facility)
IBM (Rochester facility)
Cortec Corporation of Minnesota
Allied Signal (DoE facility)
Americas' Materials Recovery Operation (Digital Equipment Corporation)
Sanders, (Lockheed Martin Company)
Akzo Nobel Chemicals (Edison facility)
First Environment, Inc.
Foster Wheeler Environmental Corporation
Lockheed Martin Government Electronic Systems (Moorestown facility)
Lucent Technologies (Berkeley Heights facility)
Sony Music (Pittman facility)
Ultra Additives Inc. (Paterson facility)
Westinghouse Waste Isolation Division (DoE)
Philips Semiconductors (Albuquerque facility)
Camoplast Rockland Ltd. (Plattsburgh facility)
IBM (Endicott facility)
IBM (Somers Corporate Office)
Lockheed Martin Control Systems
Lockheed Martin Ocean, Radar and Sensor Systems
Lockheed Martin Federal Systems, (Oswego facility)
Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation Oswego Steam Station
Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation Albany Steam Station
Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation (Nine Mile Point Nuclear Generating Station, Units 1 & 2)
Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation Dunkirk Steam Station
Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation Huntley Steam Station
Xerox-X-Link (Webster facility)
Xerox Webster Manufacturing Operations (Webster facility)
ASMO North Carolina Inc. (Statesville facility)
Matsushita Compressor Corp. of America (Mooresville facility)
New Breed Leasing Company
Color and Composite Technologies Inc. (Sidney facility)
Ford Motor Company (Lima facility)
Honda Transmission Manufacturing of America, Inc.
Lockheed Martin Tactical Defense Systems
Micro Industries (Westerville facility)
Plasticolors, Inc. (Ashtabula facility)
Rockwell Automation, Allen-Bradley Company, Inc.
Square D Company (Oxford facility)
United Waste Water Services, Inc. (Cincinnati)
Xerox X-link (Cincinnati facility)
Epson Portland Inc. (Hillsboro facility)
Mitsubishi Silicon America (Salem facility)
OKI Semiconductor Manufacturing
Sony Disc Manufacturing (Springfield facility)
Ford Motor Company (North Penn Electronics facility)
Lockheed Martin Tactical Defense Systems (Archbald facility)
Lucent Technologies (Allentown facility)
Lucent Technologies (Berkeley Heights facility)
Lucent Technologies (Reading facility)
Lucent Technologies Microelectronics Group Power System
Lucent Technologies Optoelectronics Center
Montenay Energy Resources of Montgomery County, Inc. (Conshohocken)
Osram Sylvania Products Inc. (Wellsboro facility)
Quality Chemicals, Inc.
Reichhold Chemicals, Inc.
Xerox X-link (Pittsburgh facility)
World Resources Company (Pottsville facility)
Alumax (Goose Creek facility)
ABB Power T&D Company, Inc.
Hitachi Electronic Devices (USA), Inc., (Greenville) Contact
Westinghouse Savannah River Company (DOE site)
Denso Manufacturing Tennessee, Inc. (Athens facility)
Denso Manufacturing Tennessee, Inc. (Maryville facility)
Komatsu America International Company (Chattanooga Manufacturing facility)
Matsushita Refrigeration Company of America (Vonore facility)
Matsushita Electronic Components Corporation of America (Knoxville facility)
Philips Consumer Electronics Company (Greeneville facility)
Sharp Manufacturing Company of America (Memphis facility)
Synair Corporation (Chattanooga facility)
Akzo Nobel Chemicals, Inc (Pasadena facility)
Brewer and Associates
Componentes ElĂ©ctricos de LĂˇmparas S.A. de C.V. (Philips Electronics)
Formosa Plastics Corp. (Point Comfort facility)
H-R Industries, Inc.
Lockheed Martin Vought Systems ( El Paso, Grand Prairie, and Lufkin)
Lucent Technologies Inc Microelectronics Group Power Systems
Novus International Inc. (Alvin facility)
SGS-Thomson Microelectronics, Inc. (Carrollton facility)
Sharp Manufacturing Company of America
Sony Semiconductor Company of America (San Antonio facility)
Becton Dickinson & Company, (Sandy facility)
Canon Virginia Inc. (Newport News facility)
Lockheed Martin Federal Systems
SouthTech Inc. (Tappahannock facility)
Tivoly Inc. (Derby Line facility)
Intalco Aluminum Corporation (Ferndale, WA)
Kyocera Industrial Ceramics Corp. (Vancouver facility)
Sharp Companies at Camas
Sharp Microelectronics Technology Inc.
Sharp Electronics Corporation
Sharp Laboratories of America Inc.
Comtech (Waupun facility)
Rockwell Automation Allen Bradley Company Inc. (Eau Claire facility)
Rockwell Automation Allen Bradley Company Inc. (Mequon facility)
PacifiCorp (Naughton Plant)
If your company is certified and you do not see it in the list below, click here to notify us. We'll verify your status with your country's registar and add you to the list. Get all the value you can from your company's achievement by being sure it gets the recognition it deserves!
This page was updated on 18-Feb-2010