Environmental Management Systems
Bring a systematic approach to sustainable development, balancing people, environmental impact and profits.
Leading organizations incorporate environmentally responsible practices into everyday business processes and differentiate themselves from the market.
Become a Market Leader by Enhancing Brand Reputation
Differentiate yourself from your competitors by demonstrating your commitment to minimizing environmental impact.
Environmental Management Systems Standards & Schemes
Complying with international and industry best-practices for environmental management. Improve business opportunities by demonstrating your commitment to reducing environmental impact.
ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems
ISO 14001 is an international standard prescribing a structured approach to environmental protection.
ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems
ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems helps organizations reduce energy consumption, carbon emissions and energy costs.
Responsible Recycling© (R2)
Over the past decades the growth of consumer electronics has inspired an unsuspected industry: electronic recycling, or e-scrap, which processes discarded electrical or electronic devices, and the waste of OEMs.
RC 14001 – Responsible Care
While ISO 14001 focuses on environmental matters, the RC 14001 scope expands to address environmental, health, safety and security (EHS&S) concerns.
Responsible Care Management System
The Responsible Care Management System® (RCMS) was developed by the American Chemistry Council (ACC). The ACC represents the U.S. chemical industry.
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