ISO 14001 - Environmental Management System


The ISO 14001 standard refers to an international environmental management standard. Its main objective is to help organizations establish and maintain effective environmental management systems and promote sustainable environmental practices.


  • Environmental Management System
  • Energy & Greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions
  • Water Use
  • Wastewater
  • Air Emissions
  • Waste
  • Chemical Management


1.- Reduced Environmental Impact: ISO 14001 helps organizations identify and reduce their environmental impacts, often leading to better conservation of natural resources and a smaller ecological footprint.

2.- Legal Compliance: It helps ensure that an organization complies with environmental laws and regulations.

3.- Operational Efficiency: ISO 14001 can lead to increased efficiency in resource use, which often translates to cost savings.

4.- Improved Reputation: A solid environmental management system can improve a company's image and relationship with customers, partners, and stakeholders.

5.- Global Market Access: ISO 14001 is internationally recognized, making it easier for companies to enter global markets and meet the quality expectations of global customers.

6.- Employee Engagement: When employees see that their work contributes to a well-defined environmental management system, they tend to be more engaged, motivated, and aligned with the company's goals.