Cubis achieve ISO 14001 Certification in Environmental Management
Cubis has again been recognised for its commitment to industry best practice, as our High Carr site has now achieved the ISO 14001 certification for Environmental Management. This award was granted due to our commitment to the environment and ensures that Cubis complies with the best practices of waste management, recycling, and energy efficiency.
This award has not been achieved overnight, work to gain this certification began last year by the project team who did a full review of our waste streams, spill management and compliance obligations. They also carried out improvements to our existing systems. Work will be ongoing into 2020 to ensure we are continually improving our systems in line with industry best practice and promoting a strong environmental culture amongst our staff. We would like to thank the team for their commitment and dedication to the project, your co-ordination of processes has allowed us to achieve this new milestone!
The ISO 14001 team Jacob Edge, Aisling Kernan, Ian Johnston, Richard Scragg, Aoife O’Connell, Paul Harkin, Steve Bartle (Missing from photo)
Aoife O’Connell SHEQ Director commented “This is an important step forward for Cubis as it is our first site in England to achieve this standard, demonstrating our green credentials and offers reassurance to both our employees and customers. Cubis want to ensure that everything we do meets internationally recognised standards for quality, the environment and health and safety. Our customers can purchase our products knowing that we in turn support their environmental objectives. Our aim is to achieve ISO 14001 across all of our manufacturing facilities in the coming years.”