LOUISVILLE, Colo., December 6, 2019 – Inovonics, an industry leader in high-performance wireless sensor networks, announces their compliance and International Organization of Standardization (ISO) 14001:2015 Environmental Management certification.
The ISO 14000 Environmental Management standard requires companies to actively manage their environmental responsibilities. By addressing risks and opportunities, companies must commit to improving their resource efficiency, reduce waste and closely measure and manage the overall environmental impact of company decisions.
Bill Patrick, Manager of Field and Technical Services and the ISO 9001 Inovonics Representative, had the following to say about this new certification: “ISO 14001 requires businesses to do their part to protect and preserve the environment for future generations. This certification reflects Inovonics commitment to use resources responsibly and to carefully consider environmental impacts when making business decisions moving forward.”
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With more than 30 years of commercial wireless leadership, Inovonics provides high performance wireless sensor networks in industries such as commercial security, senior living, multifamily submetering, commercial monitoring and commercial fire. The EchoStream® family of high-power repeaters combine to create an intelligent mesh-like network, and receivers and gateways allow for integration into a variety of application-specific hardware and software head-ends. For more information, visit www.inovonics.com.
About ISO: International Organization for Standardization
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