Environmental Compliance

A way of improving performance and sustainability

Environmental Compliance Management

Managers need to regularly check that their facilities and activities remain compliant with changing regulations and their own internal policies and standards. Atmoterra carries out assessments to identify any non-compliance, vulnerability in management systems or areas which present a risk for the environment or the continuity of the activity.

Environmental Compliance Management is not solely considered from a regulatory point of view, it is a way to improve the lifetime of your business and activity and implement sustainable practices.

Benefiting from extensive experience in various domains (soil, air, water) and in different regulatory systems, Atmoterra is able to propose innovative and cost effective solutions to achieve compliance and improve the sustainability of the activity. These audits provide practical solutions for improving site environmental performance, risk management, ensuring compliance with regulations or reducing its carbon footprint.
The auditing methodologies used by Atmoterra follow the current international framework such as the Eco-Management and Auditing Scheme (EMAS), the ISO 14000 series for Environmental Management Systems and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA).

Our services include:

  • Environmental Audit and Due Diligence;
  • Compliance Audits;
  • Environmental Management System (EMS);
  • Environmental Risk Assessment;
  • Development of specific improvement plans;
  • Workplace Health and Safety;
  • Employees training.

It has been firmly established that there are clear benefits to sound environmental performance of industry. It relates both to society overall in the form of reduced health and economic impacts of emissions and damage, and also to business in the form of cost savings through improved resource efficiency, reduced risk, improved reputation and employee motivation.

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in “Economic Aspects of Environmental Compliance Assurance” (2004)