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Peerless A/V recognised for commitment to reduce environmental impact

Peerless A/V recognised for commitment to reduce environmental impact

Peerless A/V recognised for commitment to reduce environmental impact

Peerless A/V has been recognised with the ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System (EMS) implementation and Certification, an internationally recognised certification that provides a framework for an overall effective environmental management system. In accordance with the standard, Peerless-AV has considered all environmental aspects and impacts relevant to its operations, including but not limited to air pollution, land and water contamination, use of raw materials, natural resources, energy, generation of waste, climate change and other resource use and efficiencies.

ISO 14001:2015 helps organisations achieve the intended outcomes of its EMS to: protect the environment and achieve established environmental objectives to reduce harm, pollution and emergency accidents while preventing adverse impact from materials and resources used in daily activities; enhance environmental performance and reduce environmental footprint; and meet and comply with all applicable environmental compliance obligations.

“We are thrilled to be able to add ISO 14001:2015 certification to our list of company achievements,” stated John Potts, president, Peerless-AV. “Not only will this make our own company activities more sustainable, but this certification marks a commitment to our various partners, customers and integrators who have also taken environmental impact into consideration as they move forward in business. We are happy to be able to work towards a more positive, sustainable industry with this certification.”

By implementing an ISO certified EMS inclusive of its procedures and policies, the company’s goal is to continue to minimise its environmental impact and strengthen an ongoing commitment to adhere to the highest standards.



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