Category: InterventionsTarget: Corporate, Municipalities

AzzeroCO2 can help authorities and businesses obtain the following certifications:

ISO 13790:2008
Since July 1, 2009 new buildings and structures on sale have been obliged to obtain an energy certificate. However, even for existing buildings defining the energy class can be an opportunity to understand the performance of the structure and evaluate the plan for interventions.

ISO 14001
The Environmental Management System proposed by this regulation advocates the development of an environmental policy starting from the identification of past, present and future consumption and ending with the adoption of a monitoring plan. It also supplies a model of systematic management of the environmental impact for an efficacious monitoring of consumption.

ISO 14064
The ISO 14064 regulation was issued with the objective of quantifying, monitoring and reporting a company’s carbon footprint. AzzeroCO2 can provide support to verify if the carbon footprint calculated in a company is in conformity with the regulation’s requirements, as well as provide the necessary correctives for making the carbon footprint certifiable. The procedure of establishing CO2 emission inventories that AzzeroCO2 predisposes and uses refers to the requirements in the regulation UNI EN ISO 14064 – 1: 2012 and has been verified by RINA Services S.p.A.

ISO 50001
The Energy Management System (EMS) proposed by this regulation urges organizations to develop an energy policy that starts with the identification of past, present and future energy consumption and ends with the adoption of a monitoring plan. The adoption of an EMS is an opportunity that gives economic and managerial benefits.

ISO 20121
AzzeroCO2 can assist the agency in obtaining the certification of sustainability events: ISO 20121, issued in 2007. This standard provides a model within which event organizers and their suppliers can develop a management system for the most sustainable events. With the support of the indications contained in the regulation, the organizations can advise interested parties, identify problems and bring about solutions for the creation of a management system based on the Plan, Do, Check, Act model.