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SUSTAINABILITY

Environmental Resource Management

The management of the interaction and impact of humanity on the environment is becoming a key part of the conversation regarding environmental and sustainability practices.

Environmental resources management aims to ensure that ecosystem services are protected and maintained for future human generations, and also maintain ecosystem integrity through considering ethical, economic, and scientific (ecological) variables. Environmental resource management tries to identify factors affected by conflicts that arise between meeting needs and protecting resources. It is thus linked to environmental protection, sustainability, and integrated landscape management.

Sustainably managing environmental resources requires organizational change that instills sustainability values that portray these values outwardly from all levels and reinforces them to surrounding stakeholders. The end result should be a symbiotic relationship between the sustaining organization, community, and environment.

  • Effective management of natural resources in order to achieve optimum use in manufacturing and related processes
  • includes Recycle, Reduce, Reuse concepts
  • Environmental assessment

ISO 14001 Environmental Management System

ISO 14001 was developed primarily to assist companies with a framework for better management control, which can result in reducing their environmental impacts. In addition to improvements in performance, organizations can reap a number of economic benefits, including higher conformance with legislative and regulatory requirements by adopting the ISO standard. By minimizing the risk of regulatory and environmental liability fines and improving an organization’s efficiency, benefits can include a reduction in waste, consumption of resources, and operating costs.

ISO 14001 was developed primarily to assist companies with a framework for better management control, which can result in reducing their environmental impacts. In addition to improvements in performance, organizations can reap a number of economic benefits, including higher conformance with legislative and regulatory requirements by adopting the ISO standard. By minimizing the risk of regulatory and environmental liability fines and improving an organization’s efficiency, benefits can include a reduction in waste, consumption of resources, and operating costs.

  • Establishing and implementing strong practices for the effective management of your company’s environmental issues.
  • Ensuring a system necessary for the evaluation of compliance to applicable regulatory, industry and interested party requirements.

ISO 45001 OHSAS (Occupational Health & Safety)

An occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS) promotes a safe and healthy working environment by providing a framework that helps organizations to:

  • Identify and control health and safety risks
  • Reduce the potential for accidents
  • Aid legal compliance
  • Improve overall performance

Subscribing to the ISO 45001 standard will provide your organization with the elements of an effective safety management system which can be integrated with other management systems and help organizations achieve better occupational health and safety performance and economic objectives.

RCMS/RC 14001 – Responsible Care Management System

Having an RC14001/RCMS management systems (as required for ACC – American Chemistry Council member companies ) can help your organization significantly enhance performance, discover new business opportunities, and improve employee safety, the health of the communities in which it operates and the environment as a whole, which in turn moves us toward a safer, more sustainable future.

Solid Waste Management

Within the context of environmental management, we can assist your organization to establish and implement programs to ensure proper handling of your waste profiles.

Energy Management (ISO 50001)

We can assist your organization in implementing a program to follow a systematic approach in achieving continual improvement of energy performance, including energy efficiency, energy use and consumption.