Fuel dispenser and technology innovator Dresser Wayne said it has reached another milestone in its ongoing plan to minimize environmental impact and incorporate more green practices into its operations around the world.
The company said it received ISO 14001:2004 certification for its Austin, Texas operation from Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA), a third-party registrar for quality and environmental management systems. Dresser Wayne also earned ISO 14001:2004 certifications for its manufacturing sites in Brazil and Italy.
ISO 14001 certification recognizes a company’s control of its impact on the environment, according to Dresser Wayne.
And organization must identify all potential environmental influences and associated risks, by the certification’s standards. Another criterion: Actively minimize impact as well as maintain an emphasis on continual improvement. Companies with excellent environmental programs qualify for the globally recognized certification.
Dresser Wayne said it has a comprehensive approach to environmental integrity that spans all levels of the organization.
One of the four pillars of the company’s green commitment is resource conservation, while the company also seeks to prevent pollution and protect natural surroundings at all of its facilities, both from an operations and a product standpoint. Additionally, the company said it adheres to a strict policy of regulatory compliance and is committed to sustainability principles.
The company also said it has programs in place at all of its operations and facilities around the world to achieve ISO 14001 certification within the next several months.