ISO 14001

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iso 14001

In the 1970s, companies began to consider environmental factors as an integral part of the production processes. Previous to this time, the damage caused to the environment was ignored or considered to be an interference, an obstacle in the production process.

In this context, future environmental management includes environmental costs as part of production, resulting from increasingly stringent regulatory measures on the one hand, as well as an interest in the environment as a business opportunity, i.e., as a marketing tool to differentiate themselves from the competition.

From a practical approach, the ISO 14001 program provides guidelines to effectively implement an Environmental Management System in companies according to the ISO 14001, and also to optimize resources, thereby saving money while achieving sustainable activity.