Sales: $125 million
Sales: $125 million.
Key Personnel: Harold Uhrman, chief executive officer; Robert San Julian, president and chief operating officer; Mark Moermond, technology director; Mark Williams, vice president, marketing.
Major Products: Green Seal-certified cleaners, drain maintenance, hand care, restroom care, water treatment and related products for the building, government, education, health care and industrial markets. Fragrance Factory odor control, State 24/7 Drain Maintenance System, One Solution concentrated cleaners and dilution systems.
New Products: Ecolution Lift Station Maintainer, Ecolution Neutral Floor Cleaner, Ecolution Carpet Cleaner, Fruit & Veggie Wash, Earth Savors Wipes & Mist, Sta-Glo SC, State PO2WER, Pit Raider.
Comments: Sales were flat last year. Founded in 1911, State Industrial Products is a privately-held company with a focus on “Care for Work Environments.” In tune with today’s green wave, State Industrial Products has been certified to the ISO 9001:2008 standard for quality since 2001 and the ISO 14001 standard for environmental management since 2002. The company earned the Safer Detergents Stewardship Initiative Award from the EPA. This award recognizes environmental leaders who voluntarily commit to the use of safer surfactants.
State Industrial is an active participant in the Consumer Specialty Products Association Product Care program. It offers products certified to Green Seals GS-37 standard for cleaners, GS-40 for floor care and GS-41 for hand cleaners. State Industrial also offers products awarded EPA Design for the Environment (DfE) certification.
State’s Ecolution line of green cleaning products led to the development of additional green cleaning and maintenance products in 2009 such as EcoLogo certified Ecolution Neutral Floor Cleaner and Ecolution Carpet Cleaner, in addition DfE EPA certified Ecolution Lift Station Maintainer. Automatically dispensed through the State 24/7 DR-2000 pump, Ecolution Lift Station Maintainer provides the lasting degradation power needed to keep lift stations clean, according to the company.