Certification confirms MBA’s environmental commitment and customer focus
MBA Polymers, the world-leading multinational plastics recycling company has announced that it has met the international standards of ISO 14001 (2004), the international Environmental Management Standard, for its plant in Guangzhou, China. ISO 14001 was established by the International Organization for Standardisation (ISO) to encourage companies to evaluate all areas where its activities have environmental impact.
MBA Polymers CEO Nigel Hunton commented, “MBA Polymers has always maintained high quality standards and procedures, but we are very pleased to receive the ISO 14001 certification at Guangzhou. Many of our customers require very stringent environmental procedures these days and this certification sets the standard for these types of procedures.” MBA China developed a system of compliance and initiated a number of new operational procedures as well as making a commitment to further reduce energy consumption. It aims to reduce its environmental footprint further with plans for continuous improvement and regular reviews.”
“This has been an excellent challenge for our China team,” said Ren Wu Cai, General Manager, MBA Polymers, China, “I’ve been delighted by the way that all members of the team have addressed developing a plan and making improvement in areas such as auditing, process management, addressing areas of non-compliance and taking appropriate action. It is another significant step for MBA’s operations in China.”