ISO 14001:2015

Manufacturers and service providers are under pressure to make supply chains more environmentally friendly due to the growing global awareness of the environmental impact of consumer lifestyles. Organisations that align their commercial objectives with global ecological concerns stand to gain a substantial competitive advantage. This also reduces the cost of energy and material consumption, recycling, air and water emissions, and legal fees incurred by non-compliance

What is ISO 14001?

ISO 14001 is recognised as an environmental management system standard suitable for large and small organisations. Based on the Plan-Do-Check- Act methodology, it provides a systematic framework for integrating environmental management practices by supporting

Why is it important?

Beyond demonstrating your organisation is a responsible corporate citizen, certification may significantly reduce the risk of regulatory and environmental liability fines. Companies that implement the system reduce costs and improve company-wide morale, while increasing the marketability of their brand.

Your benefits at a glance?
• Improve your marketability and sales – by applying the ISO 14001 certification to your corporate documents. This can also significantly improve your bargaining position when taking part in public and private green procurement tenders.
• Reduce cost – by minimising wastage throughout the supply chain, from materials to energy consumption. ISO 14001 certification can also contribute to significantly reducing your regulatory and environmental liability.
• Enhance your reputation – with an internationally recognised certificate from TÜV SÜD that promotes your brand image and company morale.

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