Allen Organ Company's
Commitment to the Environment
Allen Organ Company became "green" long before it became fashionable. In the early 1950's the Company was committed to
creating a comfortable work environment for employees and maintaining the humidity control required for making quality
wood consoles. To meet these goals, Allen installed a unique energy efficient system that is still in use today. Spring
water is piped throughout the factory and then returned to a creek where Trout fishing is the local sport.
More recently, Allen's Finishing Room added a state-of-the-art spraying system. Through advanced technology this system produces finishes of the highest quality with substantially reduced VOC's.
Allen's Electronic Assembly "clean room" also utilizes the latest environmentally friendly processes. Allen became RoHS compliant in 2006. Often referred to as "lead-free", these regulations eliminate certain hazardous materials from products that could negatively impact the environment. To meet these RoHS regulations, Allen added substantial equipment including new surface mount and wave solder machinery.
Allen Organ Company has also implemented other environmentally-friendly processes including increased use of recyclable materials and decreased energy consumption in its manufacturing facilities. Allen's commitment to the environment matches its deep commitment to customers.