Why are certificates important to us?
- Quality management
- Soil Quality laws
- Soil remediation
- Carbon reduction
For our clients, it is important that we are able to prove our performance – both because of the end products we deliver and the ways in which we work. Our certificates are our way of telling you about our working methods.
All our water/soil remediation practices are based on BRL70001 and 70002 protocols.
The Social Enterprise Performance Ladder (PSO) is a countrywide measuring instrument and quality mark that quantifies and demonstrates the extent to which an organisation engages in Social Enterprise. This also partly fulfills and proves any Social Return Obligation.
The ISO 9001 standard sets certain requirements with regard to the quality management system used by an organisation. Complying with the ISO 9001 standard requires you to: Say what you do. Do what you say. Provide proof. View our NTP and ORBIS certificates
Reaching the highest level (5) of the Carbon performance ladder means that we map and reduce our carbon emissions, and that we have achieved our emission reduction targets.
Complying with BRL 9335 Soil means that we aggregate, manage and purify soil, soil flows and dredged soils in accordance with the Dutch Soil Quality Decree.
VCA stands for Veiligheid, Gezondheid en Milieuchecklist Aannemers, a Safety, Health & Environment checklist for Contractors. Working in accordance with VCA means implementing legal requirements or supralegal requirements in a specific, practical way. The goal of VCA is to make the workplace safer and reduce the number of accidents at work.