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Daikin McQuay facility set to earn ISO certification

September 17, 2013
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Daikin McQuay’s facility in Staunton, VA, has been recommended for ISO 14001:2004 environmental management system certification. This internationally recognized standard provides requirements for companies looking to identify and control their environmental impact.

“Daikin McQuay is committed to continuously improving environmental performance in all of our facilities,” said John Taschuk, senior corporate environmental health and safety manager. “We can now positively influence our homes, our local communities, and our world. Working as a team to save now will help preserve our environment for generations to come.”

Officials say the designation continues Daikin McQuay’s longstanding commitment to sustainability. Not only has the company earned ISO 14001:2004 designation for other facilities, but it has also been committed to producing energy efficient equipment such as the Magnitude and Pathfinder chillers. According to the company, both of these chillers, manufactured in Staunton, reduce energy usage and have a positive impact on the environment.

When successfully licensed, Staunton will join the ranks of other Daikin McQuay manufacturing facilities in Dayton, OH, and Owatonna and Faribault, MN.

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