Greenstat AS and all subsidiary companies are Eco-Lighthouse certified.
The Eco-Lighthouse (ELH) certification scheme is Norway’s most widely used environmental management system. ELH is for businesses that wish to document and display their sustainable practices and social responsibility. ELH is government approved by public acquisition, and approved as documentation of sustainable practices in tenders.
The Eco-Lighthouse Foundation is the first national certification scheme in Europe to be recognised by the European Commission.
What is an Eco-Lighthouse?
ÅBeing an ELH shows the extent of our efforts to be sustainable and responsible in our everyday practices. ELH-businesses meet industry-specific requirements for an eco-friendly business practice and a sustainable work environment.
The Eco-Lighthouse Foundation has prepared industry-specific requirements for a range of different industries, and are certified after an independent assessment. The ELH-businesses file annual reports on their sustainable practices, and are re-certified every third year. The certificate is recommended by the government in public acquisitions.
To become an Eco-Lighthouse, one needs to meet numerous criteria relating to:
- Health, environment and safety
- Material consumption
- Energy consumption
- Waste management
- Water consumption, air quality and noise pollution
The purpose of the scheme is to:
- Improve and sustain a good working environment
- Reduce costs of running
- Improve sustainability
- Document sustainable operations
Read more about Eco-Lighthouse here.
Contact us for more information about how we work with Eco-Lighthouse.