Momar, Inc. (http://www.momar.com), a specialty manufacturer of general maintenance and sanitation chemicals, has once again made a sizeable donation of products to United Way. Momar has always been committed to giving back to the community, and this month’s donation of over $42,000 worth of products is just the most recent example of that commitment in action.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has required that manufacturers of chemical products supply users with safety and health information to their customers since November 1983. This information was communicated by using Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). Even through a revision that occurred in 1994, the MSDS has remained unchanged for many years.
The U.S. Green Building Council recently announced that LEED version 4 will go into effect this fall. LEED v4 includes many improvements and revisions that make Momar Greenaction™ products and AquaTrol® water treatment programs eligible to earn LEED credits.
Senior Vice President of Momar's AquaTrol Division Achieves Certified Water Technologist (CWT) Distinction
Teresa Brown, Senior Vice President and Technical Director of Momar's AquaTrol Division, has achieved the distinction of Certified Water Technologist (CWT). CWT represents the highest professional credential in the industrial and commercial water treatment field.
Momar, Inc. (http://www.momar.com), a specialty manufacturer of general maintenance and sanitation chemicals, pledged $25,000 to support the Nature Conservancy’s $25 million Georgia for Generations campaign. By pledging support Momar is joining forces with the Conservancy’s corporate partners to support priority conservation initiatives in Georgia and around the globe.
Momar, Inc. (http://www.momar.com), a specialty manufacturer of general maintenance and sanitation chemicals, announced today the achievement of Champion status through the Safer Detergents Stewardship Initiative (SDSI). The EPA’s Design for the Environment (DfE) Program SDSI recognizes environmental leaders who voluntarily commit to the use of safer surfactants — surfactants that break down quickly to non-polluting compounds and help protect aquatic life in both fresh and salt water.
Momar, Inc, a specialty manufacturer of general maintenance and sanitation chemicals, donated $15,000 worth of maintenance chemicals to the United Way.