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DNR contact
Alex Torres
3911 Fish Hatchery Rd
Fitchburg WI 53707-7921
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Shawn Stankovich
HSE manager
1925 Highway 51 & 138
Stoughton WI 53589
608-739-3109 ext. 2221
Fax 608-481-5999
Universal Acoustics & Emission Technologies [exit DNR]

Universal Acoustic & Emission Technologies EMS Certified to ISO 14001 Tier 1 participant since 11/05/2015

Universal Acoustic & Emission Technologies is applying for Tier 1 of the Green Tier Program. Their application covers their Beloit*, Muscoda and Stoughton facilities.

Environmental activities

Previous environmental achievements are numerous for Universal AET’s Beloit, Muscoda and Stoughton facilities.¬†At the Muscoda production facility over the past three years, three-fourths of the plant’s metal halides have been replaced with T5 lighting fixtures. The Muscoda production facility also changed their welding process on a product line which requires 10,000 lbs. of welding wire annually. By changing welding wires, they have reduced their annual Chromium 6 composition from 23.5 percent to 1.3 percent, significantly reducing the risk of harmful Chromium 6 runoff and water contamination. Universal AET’s Beloit facility has replaced all boilers and air compressors with energy efficient systems, as well as installed motion sensors in the shop and office area to turn lights off when unoccupied. Stoughton and Muscoda facilities also jointly participate in Renewable Energy Credits (REC) with Wisconsin Public Power Initiative’s local utility companies, purchasing 65 REC’s monthly. This offset is the equivalent to the greenhouse gas emissions from 34.4 passenger vehicles each year. (Source: EPA [exit DNR])

Universal AET has identified several goals for continual improvements in 2015, including implementing an Environmental Management System to further reduce environmental impacts, gain operational efficiencies, and ensure regulatory compliance at all facilities. Universal AET is also working with Focus on Energy and has several energy efficiency capital projects both underway and planned.

Acceptance letter


*The Beliot facility closed in May 2017.

Last revised: Thursday September 06 2018