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ISO 9001 Whitepaper: The history and future of ISO 9001

As a contribution to the increase of understanding of the revision of ISO 9001:2008, BSI (British Standards Institution) as the National Standards Body in the United Kingdom have developed a new Whitepaper to provide the latest information on: 77 more words


ISO 14001:2015 Timeline confirmed

For keen followers of all things connected with the development of ISO 14001 should note the following timeline for the final publication of the International Standard in 2015: 95 more words

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ConnectRight campaign: End Misconnections

The ConnectRight campaign, being launched on 27 February 2014 by Dan Rogerson, United Kingdom Minister for Water.

It is an initiative for, both businesses and the public and aims to raise awareness about water pollution, urban drainage and sewerage misconnections to help prevent this serious water quality problem affecting rivers and beaches. 153 more words


Water efficiency: The Water Label

When purchasing “white goods” in the European Union, such as fridges and freezer, the energy labels have become a familiar part of the shopping experience. 235 more words

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Proposed Control Orders for Invasive Species

Over the past decade, wildlife protection and the sustainable management of our natural heritage have become increasingly regarded as key policy aims for Government. However, it is equally recognised that the legal framework for wildlife management is overly complicated, frequently contradictory and unduly prescriptive. 312 more words

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Technology must have business benefits

A production manager I once worked said to me “you have to show me the business benefits of that new thing”.  He was referring to a new information system function the company wanted to implement. 227 more words

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The Environment Agency is moving to www.gov.uk/environment-agency

The Environment Agency’s website: http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk is moving to the http://WWW.GOV.UK website.

The Environment Agency website will be closing in April 2014 as the Environment Agency, like many of the individual government websites, will be moving to… 262 more words