Procedure which aims at guiding management on the design and use of environmental performance evaluation (EPE) within an organization.
Verification of the compliance to the greenhouse gas (GHG) management plan, for use with carbon markets.
Verification of the environmental performance evaluation (EPE) system to check for inconsistencies with the EPE set out by the organisation.
Documented verification process which establishes whether the systems in place uphold the norms and efficiency criteria set by management or local regulations.
This evaluation examines an organization's activities to assess their compliance to all applicable regulations.
Verification of stacks and receiving environment sampling methods.
Verification of operating and maintenance procedures of scrubbing systems. This assessment is a decision-support tool for management's planning.
The goal of these assessments is to ensure that the plant has identified and minimized all effluents and discharges to the environment for all of its activities.
Owing to new environmental realities, organizations are encouraged to know their carbon footprint, which is the amount of greenhouse gas emitted by the whole of their activities.
An Environmental Management System (EMS) is a tool that makes it possible to introduce an environmental corporate policy into all of an organization's management activities.
When adding or modifying emissions sources, this type of modeling can be used to demonstrate the effect of contaminant dispersion into the atmosphere. The goal being to ensure that legal requirements are still met.