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Maintaining Compliance to Environmental Legislation

Environmental legislation

One of the vital areas of any Environmental Management System is to comply with the latest legislation requirements.  The Environmental Standard ISO 14001 is designed to help businesses and organisations to minimise how their production and operations effect the environment.

ISO 14001 is part of the European Union’s Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) and specifically covers the core set of standards of effectively managing environmental impacts and carbon footprints caused by manufacturing processes as the International Environmental Management Standard (EMS).

Companies need to be reactive and comply with the ever growing stringent requirements of ever changing environmental legislation.  Effective environmental management is paramount for any business, from the largest corporation to the smallest of businesses.  Mark 1 Systems ensures that your company or corporation is kept up to date on all changes to environmental legislation, making sure that you are managing your environmental requirements by conforming to this core environmental standard.

Mark 1 Systems provide the ability to carry out comprehensive system audits, ensure you are meeting all legal compliances and aiding you in identifying any needs for on-going training. With the use of our paperless Environmental Management System not only will you reduce the risk of prosecution due to non-compliance but will save you money by handling your waste more effectively. We are committed to providing full support and work with you to effectively control the impact of your organisation on the environment and ultimately meeting the ISO 14001 standard.

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