Chicago Faucets announced that its management systems recently earned a three-year certificate for ISO 9001:2008/ISO 14001:2004 certification of its U.S. headquarters and three manufacturing sites.

Faucet manufacturer Chicago Faucets announced that its management systems recently earned a three-year certificate for ISO 9001:2008/ISO 14001:2004 certification of its U.S. headquarters in Des Plaines, IL, and three manufacturing sites.

ISO 9001 is a voluntary Quality Management System that covers design/development, production, installation and servicing. ISO 14001 is a voluntary Environmental Management System that requires constant commitment to environmental planning and improvement.

“Through the audit, we were recognized for many improvements, which were made during the past 12 months,” said John Joyce, director of business excellence for Chicago Faucets. “Some areas were identified as ‘best in class’ for our company, something we are very proud of achieving.” According to John Fitzgerald, director of marketing for Chicago Faucets, the company’s commitment to sustainability and social responsibility is demonstrated in the hard work behind developing and implementing systems to reduce emissions affecting climate change.  


Source: Chicago Faucet Co.

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