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DelCom SRO - Environmental commitment

The Slovak subsidiary of DelConsulting-DelCom BV. (DelCom SRO) wishes to improve its business in an environmental matter and have therefore set a new goal:
“ISO 14001:2004” certification

In a world of growing environmental focus, DelCom SRO believes that certifying their management system makes them a more attractive supplier.

“Increased awareness of sustainable development gives DelCom a credible and competitive edge in national and international markets. A certified Environmental Management System will prove that our business is taking active steps to fulfil our responsibilities”, says Kornel Gajdar from DelCom in Slovakia.

ISO 14001:2004 is the international standard for Environmental Management Systems and is primarily concerned with \"environmental management\", meaning what the organization does to minimize harmful effects on the environment caused by its activities. ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is the world\"s largest developer of standards. By achieving an ISO 14001:2004 certification, DelCom SRO will be part of the worldwide ISO Standards on air, water and soil quality, on emissions of gases and radiation and will be contributing actively to efforts to preserve the environment.

In 2003 DelCom Slovakia achieved an “ISO 9001:2000” certification and in August last year, they successfully managed to get a certification renewal. With the certification of their Environmental Management System, DelCom SRO shows growing awareness, environmental and social responsibility as well as internal motivation.

The ISO 14001:2004 certification of the Environmental Management System in DelCom Slovakia is expected by the summer of 2006.

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