The adoption of an Environmental Management System (EMS) represents a voluntary response by organizations to the serious problems of pollution and deterioration of natural resources that have characterized and still characterize the global environmental scene in recent years.
ACS Dobfar S.p.A. for this reason, has equipped all its production sites with an EMS, certifying them according to the standards of the UNI-EN-ISO 14001 standard, consequently basing its production and operating processes in respect of the environment and with a view to sustainable development.
The standard is structured and organized according to the phases of the Deming circular model, also knows as PDCA: Plan, Do, Check and Act, with a view to continuous improvement, i.e. the process of increasing the EMS to obtain improvements in overall environmental performance, in accordance with the company’s environmental policy.
The environmental policy in fact represents the framework of the EMS and reflects the commitment of the top management to create the essential conditions for compliance with the law. It includes the commitment to continuous improvement and pollution prevention, it is the framework reference for establishing and reviewing environmental objectives and targets. The environmental policy is shared with all employees and is available to the public.
In addition to the environmental policy, the EMS is based on the following components:
The environmental management system in ACS Dobfar therefore has its roots, on one hand, in the commitment that the company places in developing its production activities in compliance with environmental needs and, on the other, in transparency towards the community and collaboration with the Public Administration.
ACS Dobfar is aware that the environment is everyone’s heritage and that, only with the participation of all the social and productive components, its conservation can be really pursued.
ACS Dobfar in its daily commitment intends to act with ever more professionalism, competence, innovative technologies, but also dedication, good will, patience, and humility.