Company compliance reassures more that just your customers. Most businesses have many stakeholders, their neighbours, their competitors, their shareholders, the enforcement agencies that oversee their activities, their trade associations, their banks, their insurers and, of course, their workforce.
A thorough compliance audit, followed up by appropriate action if necessary, can provide evidence to all interested parties that your company is aware of, and compliant with, all applicable environmental regulations affecting it.
Sustainability is an oft-heard phrase these days. It is generally accepted as meaning meeting current needs without preventing future generations from being able to do the same in their turn. This covers not only the things we use, but the way we use them. Most environmental regulations are aimed at improving sustainability and protecting the natural environment from unnecessary harm. It is not often possible to cause no harm at all, but by ensuring that your company compliance is the best it can be at all times, you can minimise the harm you do and ensure a future for those coming after you.