Your environmental impact is important to your customers, your shareholder, and the media,
so shouldn’t it be important to you, too?
How we help you with Environmental Management
Waste Management Heirarchy
With years of experience, we can take your business through the five stages of environmental management efficiently and effectively. Together, we’ll ensure compliance, cut costs, and boost profits.
ISO 14001 – Environmental Management Systems (EMS)
It is becoming more and more important to demonstrate that organisations are thinking about their environmental impact and putting in place systems that will not only benefit the environment but will also reduce costs and improve efficiency within the organisation. A well implemented and integrated Environmental Management System should bring about the following:
- Cost savings from managing waste, maximising recycling and reducing consumption.
- Competitive advantage when tendering for business
- Identification and management of environmental risks
- Compliance with environmental regulations and legislation
- Demonstrates the organisations commitment to improving the environment
- Expresses your intent and show that you are a responsible future-focused organisation
- Can bring in new capital and revenue from environmentally engaged investors and customers
- Can increase employee engagement in the knowledge that they are working in an environmentally friendly organisation
A well-defined Environmental Management System (EMS) framework will provide your organisation with a systematic approach to compliance. In some countries, the regulatory authorities or government departments responsible for environmental schemes, will look more favourably on those who are certified to ISO14001.
Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting
WHAT SHOULD BUSINESSES BE DOING?
There are a wide variety of environmental compliances that apply depending on what type of business you own. Whilst these are all important, Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR) is the most important. It isn’t set targets, but a framework which allows each business to work to its own goals to reduce environmental impact.
Business with more than 250 employees, over £36m in turnover, or a balance sheet exceeding £18m need to comply.
Whist this is essential for large businesses, SECR also offers a great opportunity for smaller businesses too. A data-driven approach to your environmental impact can lead to reduced costs, increased efficiency and even boost sales.
Free Analysis and Road Map
Some of the improvements that
can be made in your business won’t be obvious.
– It may be a simple as wasted energy adding 25% to your bill.
– It may be as complex as inefficient processes holding productivity back.
Whatever improvements are available, they’ll be unique to your business. We’ll help you find and take advantage them.
Get in touch below for a free analysis and roadmap.