Sustainability British Standards

 

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The important area of sustainability focuses on developing procedures and ways of working that do not produce negative environmental effects or impossibly high costs to those involved. It works towards providing for the needs of the world's current population without damaging the ability of future generations. Issues such as climate change, energy and waste are just a few of the key areas of concern.

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BS 8903:2010
Principles and framework for procuring sustainably. Guide

Specification for the demonstration of carbon neutralityPAS 2060

Specification for the demonstration of carbon neutrality

 

BS 8900:2006
Guidance for managing sustainable development

BS 8901:2009
Specification for a sustainable event management system with guidance for use

Making Events More Sustainable: A Guide to BS 8901Making Events More Sustainable: A Guide to BS 8901
Phil Cumming and Fiona Pelham

Read more about the guide for events managers and anyone supplying the events industry.


PAS 55-1:2008
Asset management. Specification for the optimized management of physical assets

BS EN 13430:2004
Packaging. Requirements for packaging recoverable by material recycling 

Supporting Sustainability Books:


A Handbook for Sustainable Development.
A companion to BS 8900 'Guidance for managing sustainable development

 


Managing Risk and Resilience in the Supply Chain 

 


Miles Watkins on Aggregate - ISO 26000
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Get involved with BS 10175 Investigation of potentially contaminated sites. Code of practice

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