OM Group Electronic Chemicals achieves ISO 14001 Certification


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OMG Electronic Chemicals is pleased to announce that both their Maple Plain, MN and South Plainfield, NJ Facilities have achieved ISO 14001 Certification. The ISO 14000 family of standards provides practical tools for companies and organizations in managing their environmental responsibilities.

Joe Simeone, General Manager for OMG Electronic Chemicals for North America & Europe, commented that, “Our team felt the time and effort involved in obtaining these certifications was justified and that the ISO 14001 achievement, on top of our existing ISO 9001 system, gives each site a well-rounded Quality and Environmental System making us a stronger company overall.”

About OM Group Electronic Chemicals, Inc.

OM Group is a technology-driven diversified industrial company serving attractive global markets, including automotive systems, electronic devices, aerospace and defense, industrial and medical. Its business platforms use innovation and technology to address customers' complex applications and demanding requirements. For more information, visit www.omgi.com

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