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In 2007, Accenture was one of the first professional service providers in the Netherlands to achieve the internationally recognized ISO 14001 certification—a certification issued to companies that meet the objectives set for sustainable development.
ISO 14001 is the international standard for environmental management systems (EMS) and focuses on standardizing the way in which companies manage their impact on the environment. The certification is assessed by ISO, a body for setting voluntary standards for companies, government and society.
All of our offices in the Netherlands are ISO 14001 certified. This provides us with a framework for the structural monitoring of emissions, waste flows, raw materials, energy and other environmental aspects, and gives us good insight into our current environmental performance.
Following the ISO 14001 certification of our offices:
To minimize Accenture’s global footprint, the following goals have been adopted based on significant environmental aspects of our operational management:
January 1, 2009
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