Date: 20th November 2019, Wednesday
Time: 2.30pm SGT
Water scarcity is one of the largest global risk and set to increase further over the next decade. The pressures on organisations to implement a sustainable water management plan is paramount to reduce water demand from non-domestic sector and encourage water conservation.
ISO 46001 is an internationally adopted standard for water resource management. The Water Efficiency Management Systems standard specifies requirements and contains guidance for its use regarding organisational water use. It includes monitoring, measurement, documentation, reporting, design and procurement practices for equipment, systems, processes and personnel training that contribute to water efficiency management. It is applicable to organisations of all types and sizes that use water and is focused on end-use consumers.
Effective implementation of a water efficiency management plan not only result in substantial savings in water, as well as energy, therefore reducing the environmental impact of both water discharge and the need to pump water over long distances.The adoption and proper implementation of a water efficiency management system is intended to result in improved water efficiency, and it will also support your organisation in complying to local legislative requirements such as the water supply regulation law.
To help you understand the requirements for ISO 46001:2019 standard, TÜV SÜD’s experts will cover all the key aspects of ISO 46001:2019 over a complimentary webinar.
Date: 20th November 2019
Time: 2.30 pm SGT
Duration: 1 Hour
Speaker: TÜV SÜD’s Experts
Click here, for more information on ISO 46001:2019.
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We strongly recommend that you undertake ISO 46001:2019 certification. Having a Water Efficiency Management System standard in place, it will communicate the fact to all the stakeholders that responsible water consumption and conservation is a priority for your organisation. Many investors prefer to invest in organisations with an established framework.