ISO 14001:2015

  • The ISO 14001 environmental management system, which is defined as the whole of planned activities related to the development of an environmental policy within the organization for a clean, sustainable and livable environment, and the ISO 14001:2015 standard, which forms the basis of this system, is one of the most widely applied management system standards worldwide. The standard was last revised in 2015 and has been adapted and used by all relevant organizations in its most updated form since 2018.
    An environmental management system established in accordance with ISO 14001; It is a system that ensures a continuous environmental performance through the determination of environmental goals and targets, and the establishment of environmentally appropriate and adequate policies and activities. With this established and well-implemented environmental management system, the compliance of the organization with legal requirements is increased, the negative effects on the environment are reduced, the costs are reduced with the effective use of natural resources, and the reputation of the organization is increased by mitigating the potential negative environmental effects.