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ISO 14001: 2015 certification in Marcont Structures’ hands.

Every organization can rely on ISO 14001:2015 to improve its environmental performance, with ISO 14001:2015 companies and organizations can define the specifications of an environmental management system. Organizations that wish to manage their environmental responsibilities in a methodical manner by supporting the environmental pillar of sustainable development are encouraged to apply this international standard.

An organization can use the ISO 14001:2015 standard to help it achieve environmental management system outcomes that will benefit the environment, thereby enhancing the environmental impact of the company and its stakeholders. The objectives of an environmental management system are consistent with the company’s environmental policy which includes:

– Improving environmental efficiency

– Meeting compliance requirements ;

– Achieving environmental objectives.

ISO 14001:2015 is relevant to organizations of all sizes, types and types. Specific environmental performance standards are not established by this international standard. The standard addresses the environmental aspects of an organization’s operations, goods and services that it believes it can manage or influence from a life cycle perspective.

Environmental management can be systematically improved by using ISO 14001:2015, in whole or in part. However, declarations of conformity to this International Standard are not accepted unless all of its requirements are incorporated into an organization’s environmental management system and fully met.

Through this, Marcont Structures announces that it has obtained the 14001 certification version of 2015, to be aligned with international standards and environmental requirements.

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