While ISO has some generally well known environmental management standards like ISO 14001 and ISO 14064 (Green House Gases), and they have very specific standards for producing products (like rear-mounted power take-off units for agricultural tractors known as ISO 500, or ISO 639 which covers codes for the representation of names of languages). In the middle stand some interesting and valuable additional management systems standards like these.
The International Standards Organization (ISO) has manysupporting standards which are used in conjunction with the ISO 14000 series. While some are more specific, the emphasis on many is to bring forth in a business environment, the best practices for producing consistently environmental services and products. While we profile a couple in this article, you can go to our listing page and find many more such as:
ISO 14005: (2010) – Environmental Management Systems — Guidelines for a Staged Implementation of an Environmental Management System, including the Use of Environmental Performance Evaluation. Expected publication date Sept/2010
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