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Green Tier Participant
to become a Green Tier participant.
DNR contact
Mike Griffin
2300 N Dr Martin Luther King Jr Dr
Milwaukee WI 53212
Cell 414-750-0737
Fax 414-263-8716
Company contact
Douglas Graf
Environmental manager
8300 Good Hope Rd
Milwaukee WI 53223
Fax 414-353-5751
Perlick Corporation [exit DNR]

Perlick Corporation, Inc. Functionally Equivalent to ISO 14001 Tier 1 participant since 12/15/2009

Since its inception in 1917, the Perlick Corporation has evolved into the premier supplier of bar and beverage dispensing equipment in the industry. Perlick equipment can be found in restaurant chains, hotels, stadiums, theme parks and breweries worldwide. Headquartered in a 300,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Milwaukee, Perlick operates with three divisions.

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Mike Griffin (SPOC, DNR), Gloria McCutcheon (Southeast Regional Director, DNR), Doug Graf (Environmental Manager, Perlick Corporation, Inc.), Tom Eggert (DNR) and Mark McDermid (DNR) with Perlick's Green Tier flag.

Environmental activities

Perlick’s Bar and Beverage Equipment Division manufactures equipment, including remote beer systems, refrigerated and non-refrigerated cabinets, stainless steel underbar equipment, glass washers and a revolutionary modular bar structure. Perlick's Tapping Division manufactures beer faucets, keg couplers and other beer dispensing components. Perlick’s Brewery Fittings Division manufactures stainless steel and brass fittings that are used in the brewing process.

Perlick’s goals as a green tier participant include reducing waste by decreasing the use of cardboard in production. Perlick would also like to reduce hazardous waste disposal by laundering rags instead of discarding them and by attempting to switch to a recyclable absorbent used to clean up spills and oil leaks.


Acceptance letter


Last Revised: Wednesday September 05 2018