environmental certification ISO 14001: 2004, the international standard that certifies a management system that monitors the environmental impacts of its activities, searching for a systematic improvement in a coherent, effective and sustainable manner.
Quality System Certification ISO 9001: 2000 which certifies the addressing of all business processes to improve effectiveness and efficiency of the organisation, as well as customer satisfaction;
certification OHSAS 18001, the international standard that defines the requirements of a management system to protect the Health and Safety of Workers.
ISO 50001:2001 certificate is the international standard that specifies the requirements for improving energy efficiency by making a rational use of energy and by creating a balance between costs and benefits.
ISO 22005: 2008 Certification, the standard that applies to the entire agri-food sector (including animal feed production) aimed at implementing an effective, comprehensive and systematic traceability system, at an international level.
Certification of compliance with the European Regulation 1221/2009, for the Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS), a voluntary tool proposed by the European Commission to evaluate and improve their environmental performance and to provide the public and other interested parties with information on correct environmental management.
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Fertilizer Quality Control Institute (FQCI), the body that annually assesses the compliance of the contents of the pack with the quality requirements of the Law 748/84.
Responsible Care, the voluntary program of global chemical industry based on the implementation of principles and practices for the health and safety of employees and environmental protection;
member of GLOBAL GAP program, which has the aim of ensuring the integrity, transparency and harmonisation of agricultural standards worldwide;