ISO 14033 1st Edition, “Environmental management – Quantitative environmental information – Guidelines and examples,” has just been released and is available from Document Center Inc. Part of the ISO 14000 series on environmental management, the 43-page standard supports the application of standards and reports on environmental management. As such, the new document supplements the contents of other International Standards in the series.
ISO/TS 14033:2012 addresses issues related to defining, collecting, processing, interpreting and presenting quantitative environmental information. It provides guidelines on how to establish accuracy, verifiability and reliability for the intended use. It utilizes proven and well-established approaches for the preparation of information adapted to the specific needs of environmental management.
You’ll find information on how to acquire quantitative environmental information and data and implement methodology. The standard also covers the general principles, policy, strategy and activities necessary to obtain quantitative environmental information for internal and/or external purposes.
This Technical Specification could be used, for example, to support the establishment of inventory routines and make decisions related to environmental policies and strategies which are aimed at comparing quantitative environmental information.
The information is related to organizations, activities, facilities, technologies or products. It is applicable to all organizations, regardless of their size, type, location, structure, activities, products, level of development and whether or not they have an environmental management system in place.
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