The purpose of an Environmental Management System is to control your environmental risks and improve your environmental performance. It’s also an important part of your overall corporate image and competitiveness in the market.
What is an Environmental Management System?
An Environmental Management System (EMS) is a structured framework for managing an organisation’s significant environmental impacts. Some organisations adopt frameworks specified in national or international standards, which set out the requirements of an EMS, and have their systems externally assessed and certified against these, others develop their EMS in a more informal way.
How do we implement an EMS in your business?
What to expect when you implement an EMS?
- We will work for you or with you to implement it. We can also implement an ISO14001 EMS which is Internationally Certified.
- You will reduce your utilities spend/consumption between 10 and 30%.
- We will conduct a waste audit to understand your waste disposal requirements and establish what recycling measures can be implemented.
- We will implement a low energy campaign within your organisation.
- We will advise on Carbon Neutral Projects.
Our valued clients
Frequent Asked Questions
We work with any business or organisation that’s looking to make a change. We work with large multi-national organisations such as Grant Thornton LLP and IPG Interpublic Group, Universities, SME’s and other BCorp’s (Benefit Corporations).
Depending on the efficiency of your organisation you could save as much as much as 20% on operating costs… not to mention the money saved by avoiding legal risk from governmental fines and tariffs.
We offer a wide range of consulting services including energy management, procurement, carbon footprinting and corporate social responsibility strategy.
The work we do is as varied as our clients need them to be. We work with large and small organisations on everything from policy and planning, all the way down to implementation.