What Makes an Environmentally Friendly Die Cutter?
With an increased emphasis on businesses reducing carbon footprint in their daily operations, working with environmentally sound organizations has become increasingly attractive to customers. As an ISO 14001:2015 certified company, Marian is recognized as an environmentally friendly die cutter, but what does that mean for you when working with us?
The Specifics of ISO 14001:2015
According to iso.org, being ISO 14001:2015 certified means that “an organization considers all environmental issues relevant to its operations such as air pollution, water and sewage issues, waste management, soil contamination, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and resource use and efficiency”. This certification also requires an organization to continuously improve their standards in regards to their environmental efforts as well as heavily involve the company’s leadership in these efforts.
Companies who are environmentally friendly offer customers:
- Sound environmental performance by controlling and reducing the environmental impacts of activities
- Activities that comply with applicable laws and regulations
- A thorough review of business activities and materials to consider which materials, processes, etc, have the lowest impact on the environment in relation to business and economic needs
- Efficient use of those materials and processes
Our Quality Policy states that we aim to satisfy our customers, continuously improve, and create a better work environment, a statement that aligns very closely with ISO’s requirements. This means when you work with Marian, not only are you getting the highest quality products, but you can also be sure we are conducting business in a “green” manner. Click the button below to learn more about our quality policy and other certifications.
Marian can provide solutions to your most difficult problems in a highly efficient manner. If you’re interested in learning more about our wide variety of value-adding capabilities and our various green initiatives, give us a call at (800) 733-0062 or fill out our Contact Us Form and one of our dedicated material specialists will be in touch.