EMAS in the UK
This site provides UK companies with comprehenisve information on EMAS.
Visit the EMAS in the UK website
Download Marketing and Promoting your Environmental Achievements with EMAS - UK Guidance on the use of the EMAS logo
Envirowise: Practical environmental advice for businesses
The Envirowise programme helps companies implementing measures to become more resource efficient to increase profits. Envirowise has produced a wealth of information and support covering subjects that affect a wide range of industries. By registering for the site, you will have access to all the free support that Envirowise offers, including publications ranging from tips for reducing your packaging to guides on how to set up an EMS. When registering you determine your profile, ensuring that the information on your homepage is tailored to your needs.
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Greening Industry: Environmental supply chain development
This site focuses on driving and supporting environmental management through the UK automotive suppley chain.
- FREE support with hosting your own supplier seminar
For companies that have already achieved ISO 14001, and wish to work with their supply chain. Support includes full presentation and workshop materials, expert speakers and presentation equipment.
- FREE Training
Seminars and workshops on relevant and specific issues such as environmental legislation, energy and water management, and waste minimisation and management.
- FREE ISO 14001 support for smaller automotive suppliers
- tried and tested 10-step approach with an experienced EMS Advisor
- tailored register of environmental legislation
- identification of cost saving opportunities
EPAW: Environmental practice at work
Environmental Practice at Work Publishing Company Limited was established in 1999 with the mission of 'supporting employees to improve environmental practice in the workplace'. The company produces a range of online learning programmes and resources for use in workplaces. The company's primary learning programme is the Environmental Practitioner Programme.
Visit the Environmental Practice at Work website