John Lawrie Metals (JLM) now officially meets the standard expected for ISO 50001 Energy Management following certification which it announced February 16. It said its customers “can now formally have confidence in our environmental management processes and trust that our procedures are as responsible as possible.”
The company said it had been preparing for this certification for a while now “so it’s great news to have it officially in place. This new standard will help protect our future by making a positive difference to our business practices as well as the environment, which has been at the heart of John Lawrie Metals since its inception.”
ISO 50001 was developed for organisations wanting to demonstrate that they wanted to reduce their environmental impact and use energy more efficiently. This new standard complements JLM’s existing ISO9001, ISO14001, and ISO45001 accreditations.
Businesses face a rising demand to showcase their sustainable methods of operation. JLM is one of the forerunners of metal recycling and reuse and it aims to continue to develop and improve its processes to ensure it remains at the top of its game. For more information, please see here.