Clifford D. Roy is named as one of the newest members of the Finishing Hall of Fame for 2020, along with 4 others. Each were nominated for their outstanding achievement and service to the surface finishing industry. With more than 50 years of experience in the metal finishing industry, Clifford Roy was chairman of Roy Metal Finishing (RMF), one of the premier finishing shops in North America. He became vice president of RMF in 1975 after starting with the company in sales in 1969 following his graduating from University of Kentucky with a degree in metallurgical engineering. Roy grew RMF into one of the most advanced finishing operations with a staff of more than 200 employees in three locations. He also served on the board of the Greenville County Museum of Art. His wife is still an active supporter of the arts in South Carolina. Family members will receive this achievement award in his honor at the upcoming National Association of Surface Finishing’s SUR/FIN in June 2020. Read the full article in the Products Finishing magazine below.
Our sewer authority (also referred to as a POTW – which stands for Publicly Owned Treatment Works) gives annual compliance awards to industries that achieve excellence in all areas of water discharge to the sewer system. All three of RMF’s production facilities are constantly monitored and this award signifies the high level of commitment RMF has with regards to the environment and our community. RMF wants all of our associates and those in the surrounding community to know how seriously we take this responsibility.