Certification of environmental management systems ISO 14001
Sensitivity to innovation and environmental issues is a strategic factor for companies, which offers new opportunities for economic and social development in a market that is mindful of companies' ecological policies.
The ISO 14001 international standard and the EMAS Council Regulation define Environmental Management System requirements and promote the integrated management of prevention, encouraging companies to act responsibly and voluntarily in relation to market demand, which is increasingly more attentive both to the quality and environmental compatibility of a product.
Environmental Management System certification is an instrument that testifies to the adoption of an environmental protection policy, tailor-made for the specific potential of the company.
Thanks to a periodic review of the results achieved, certification leads to improvement in the environmental system and consequently in the company's ability to reduce environmental impact.