Wienerberger has received ISO 50001:2011 certification

ISO 50001:2011 certification obtained by Wienerberger

  • 2 Dec 2015

Wienerberger has received ISO 50001:2011 certification for its energy management system covering all UK operations.

The company achieved the accreditation following a review of its existing management procedures and policies, and an investment in new energy teams and processes.

The certification demonstrates Wienerberger’s commitment to continual development and improvement, in line with its 2020 energy and carbon reduction targets.

ISO 50001:2011 certification

The certification covers the manufacture and distribution of all UK manufactured products, including bricks, pavers and roof tiles. It also accounts for the associated office administrative and support functions.

Wienerberger’s Energy Management System complies with the requirements of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS), meaning that the company has met the original ESOS deadline of 5th December.

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