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ISO 14067 Carbon Footprint of Products

We have all seen the news, concerns about our carbon footprint on our own, and following generations, what are we going to leave them in our wills? Pollution, Global Warming, or Worse?

Greenhouse Gases – Carbon Footprint of Products

The ISO have put an international standard in place, which will hopefully increase our feeling of responsibility for future generations to help lower these harmful practices and put more responsibility in our hands for what we do. There is a lot of work to do, but we have an instruction manual in the form of an ISO standard, being ISO14067:2018. Whatever our job, whatever our pastimes, we should be responsible to future generations for their outputs to nature and our planet. As is often said “There’s NO Planet B” so we must protect the one we have.

Would you, or your company prefer to work with suppliers that show responsibility for their/our actions, or work with someone who doesn’t care? The answer is the responsibility of all of us, and we can all show our feelings by working with responsible organisations who are willing to stand up and be counted by letting us know how they manage their operations, emissions, and waste.

How We Go About It

Build awareness of the consequences of our behaviour. Showing that we care using third party evidential proof. Using responsible supply chains… Contact us today if you would like to find out more about ISO 14067 and the carbon footprint of products.

ISO Certification FAQs

Can you achieve ISO certification remotely? How long does ISO certification take to achieve? Which ISO Certification should you choose? These are just some of the questions our team of qualified auditors and ISO consultants get asked. Why not visit our FAQs page for more…

3 December 2021

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