As the UN announce that 2016 is set to be the hottest year on record, implementing an ISO 14001 Environmental Management System could not come at a better and more crucial time…

Introducing an environmental management system will show your dedication to cutting the effects of global climate change. Whether you’re a one-person business, SME or a multi-national corporation, everyone can do their bit to change and control the energy they use and it’s impact on the planet. The focus on ISO 14001 EMS is primarily energy usage control, so you can verify your carbon footprint and reduce your greenhouse gas emissions. After implementing ISO 14001, you can confidently report your carbon footprint and create realistic goals for its reduction year-after-year.

ISO 14001 EMS can also improve your credibility as a company, the environment should be a priority, so by showing that you’ve committed to an EMS you can improve your client relationships, strengthen your ties with stakeholders, open up more markets and increase your success with winning tenders.

If that is not enough to convince you, then you should bear in mind the great savings that can be made by implementing Environmental Management Systems. Focusing on controlling your energy usage and amount of waste you produce goes hand-in-hand with costs reducing for the running of your business.

We have been certifying against the ISO 14001 EMS Standard in Shropshire, Birmingham and London this week.

ISO 14001 is an internationally recognised Standard. To learn more, or for a free quote call 01952 288325, or fill out our enquiry form.

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