TITLE

IMPLEMENTATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN THE SLOVAK ENTERPRISES

AUTHOR(S)
RUSKO, M.; KRALIKOVA, R.
PUB. DATE
January 2012
SOURCE
DAAAM International Scientific Book;2012, p369
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The paper describes the introduction of environmental management systems (EMS) and other pro-environmentally oriented tools in the Slovak enterprises. Industrial enterprises are often some important environment polluters and their activity can represent in large proportion a potential pose of threat for the quality of environment but for safety and health of population too. They present their environmental accountability with various active measures for environment protection. By introduction of the systems of environmental management they create good reputation among environmental associations, state administration and their contemporary or potential business partners, respectively, that may be given is for the society the most interesting aspect among all.
ACCESSION #
83258387

 

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