New Brunswick, New Jersey
Facts and Figures
The New Brunswick facility has been in continuous operation since land was first purchased in 1905. Its focus has changed over the years from a manufacturing facility, to a Research & Development facility. Currently the site is 100 acres.
Community and Social Progress
- New Brunswick personnel are members at large of the North Brunswick
Local Emergency Planning Council (LEPC).
- The Emergency Services group includes a Structural Fire Brigade,
First Aid Squad, Confined Space Rescue Team, and Hazardous Materials
Team that has been serving the facility for over 50 years and proudly
provides mutual aid to North Brunswick Township, Middlesex County and
with the State Industrial Chiefs Mutual Aid Consortium (MACSICS).
- The New Brunswick site has been recognized as a leader in the Governor's
Occupational Safety and Health Awards program for the past 20 years.
Specific departments recognized included:
- Facilities & Engineering
- Quality Assurance / Control
- Analytical Research & Development
- Chemical Process Development
- Warehouse Operations
Facility Contact Information
- The Industrial Hygiene laboratory is among the first in the nation
to receive accreditation by the American Industrial Hygiene Association
under the new ISO 17025 system. In addition, the laboratory has taken
on an expanded role in the areas of methods development, surrogate testing,
and surface contaminant evaluation.
- This facility is required to report annually on releases of toxic
chemicals to the air, water, and land under Section 313 of the Superfund
Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA). This website contains links
to the U.S. government's toxic release inventory (TRI) database.
- The facility has adopted the Yellow Giant Hyssop (Agastache eptoides)
as part of the company's Sustainability
2010 goal to encourage protection of
endangered species and habitats.
- The campus is taking active steps to reduce carbon footprint by making
site-wide lighting changes to reduce the energy required for lighting.
- The campus is actively reusing treated, reclaimed water as make-up water for