Compliance & reporting

Depending on the size and industry of your organisation, there may be several environmental standards you have to comply to. At Planet Mark, we don’t just help organisations achieve compliance. We assist them in understanding and integrating their work into a wider sustainability strategy.

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Provides a framework for efficient use of energy

ISO 50001 is an international standard that recognises organisations for enhancing their energy performance by implementing an energy management system based on continual improvement. We can help your organisation with a best practice approach to reinforce your sustainable commitments.

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Standards for an effective environmental management system

ISO 14001 helps organisations improve their environmental performance through efficient use of resources and waste reduction. Useful for organisations of all sizes, ISO 14001 is designed for use in day-to-day operations to help measure and communicate energy performance.

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Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting

As part of the UK’s journey to net zero carbon emissions, SECR (Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting) legislation became mandatory for nearly 12,000 businesses across the UK in April 2020. SECR builds upon existing requirements for large organisations to improve long-term sustainability.

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Global goals for a sustainable future

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) are the blueprint to help everyone achieve a better and more sustainable future. They address a number of global challenges, from poverty and inequality to climate change and global justice. Planet Mark has helped many organisations measure and improve upon their contributions towards the SDGs.

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UK Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme

The Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) is a mandatory energy assessment scheme to help ensure large organisations in the UK are energy efficient. We have a long track record in assisting organisations in their regular energy assessments, finding new ways to save energy.


Environmental, social and governance

Measuring your carbon emissions along with your social value contributions can strengthen your environmental, social and governance strategy (ESG). A strong ESG proposition can increase employee satisfaction as well as offer a competitive advantage.

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