Clean for Sustainability

Founded in 1888, Rochester Midland Corporation (RMC) is a leading manufacturer of specialty chemicals for food sanitation, industrial cleaning and water treatment as well as facility maintenance and restroom care programs.

Our HACCP-based BrandGuard® Program offers solutions to food manufacturers across all aspects of food safety including brand protection and sustainable solutions.

Rochester Midland is the leader in Green Housekeeping and manufactures Enviro Care®, an extensive line of environmentally preferable products for all markets, as well as many other bio-based products.

RMC Water Energy programs for cooling towers, boilers and other closed loop programs save energy through improved heat transfer efficiency by removing existing deposits and preventing future deposits. The wastewater treatment programs increase water reuse, decrease solid waste and ensure compliance with wastewater discharge requirements.

Long involved with green initiatives and other sustainable efforts, RMC began formalization of its Sustainability efforts in 2010, with the publication of its first Sustainability Report. Rochester Midland is committed to developing sustainable solutions for health, productivity and the environment.

Sustainable Solutions for Health, Productivity and the Environment

Featured Program

Sanitation for Craft Brewery Plants

The Brewing process poses unique challenges for a Sanitation program. The process by its nature is far more complex than other beverage sanitation markets. RMC has a comprehensive program that addresses the diverse elements of a brewery plant.


News & Events

RMC co-authors green chemistry technical paper

RMC received recognition for co-authorship of a technical paper published in The Royal Society of Chemistry (Green Chem., 2015, 17, 2664-2678) “Opportunities for Greener Alternatives in Chemical Formulations”. It was produced as a collaborative effort by the American Chemical Society Green Chemistry Institute (ACS GCI) Formulators’ Roundtable, of which RMC is a member. (

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