Environmental Management Systems
An effective Environmental Management System documents a set of processes and practices that ensure your business manages its environmental risk while targets are being achieved.
- Manage your environmental risks
- Implement your system throughout your organisation
- Demonstrate you take environmental management seriously
- To customers, suppliers, investors and your competition
- Improve your environmental performance
- Realise cost savings and operating efficiencies
If your Environmental Management System needs developing, implementing or maintaining, our environmental experts can help you achieve that with a bespoke or accredited system that can include:
- ISO 14001:2015
- BS 8555
- Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS)
- Bespoke system
Our service considers your current business processes and policies, your objectives and targets, environmental aspects, and legal and other requirements. It ensures that your Environmental Management System has structure so that processes are clear and everyone in your business understands their responsibilities. We can even provide training for your staff.
A successful Environmental Management System not only enables your business to reduce its environmental impact, it can also increase your operating efficiency. The many benefits may include:
- Improved environmental risks.
- Ensuring compliance with legislation and policy.
- Overall operational cost savings.
- A professional and positive corporate image.
- Green credentials that can help you to win and retain business.
- Reduced insurance costs.
A successful Environmental Management System delivers continuous improvements, and we can help your business to achieve this by monitoring and measuring your system and suggesting corrective, preventative and enhancement actions. This full, systematic approach will help your business to achieve continual sustainable development.
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Best Available Technique (BAT) and Regulation 61
If you have an environmental permit you may have been asked to provide the EA with information regarding ‘BAT’. BAT stands for ‘Best Available Techniques’. In this piece we explain BAT, how it ties in with your permit, and your legal obligations under Regulation 61 of the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016.