Waga Energy obtained ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certifications confirming the structuring of its organization
Waga Energy (EPA: WAGA), specialist in the production of Renewable Natural Gas, also known as “biomethane”, on landfill sites, obtained a double ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certification in Europe. Initiated in fall 2022, this procedure was certified in June 2023 by Aequitas, and will also benefit the Group's North American subsidiaries.
ISO 14001 sets out the criteria for an environmental management system, and involves a continuous improvement approach in terms of sustainable development. Recognized internationally, the standard contributes to achieving the requirements of the seventeen Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) formulated in 2015 by the United Nations (UN) around three pillars: social, economy and ecology.
The ISO 9001 is defined as the international standard that specifies requirements for a quality management system (QMS) aimed at continuous improvement in customer satisfaction, cost-cutting and gaining competitiveness. It demonstrates the Group's ability to provide its customers and its partners with products and services in line with its commitments and regulatory requirements.
This double certification, obtained in less than one year, reflects the structuring of the Group and the efficiency of the procedures implemented to support international growth, in line with the commitments made for the IPO in October 2021.
Martin Tramoy, Quality, Hygiene, Security, Environment (QHSE) Director at Waga Energy, said: "Operating excellence and environmental performance are at the heart of the success of Waga Energy's project in the service of the energy transition and the fight against climate change. These ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certifications show that we are doing our best to guarantee optimum satisfaction for our customers, our partners and the investors who place their trust in us".
About Waga Energy
Waga Energy (EPA: WAGA) produces competitively priced Renewable Natural Gas by upgrading landfill gas using a patented purification technology called WAGABOX®. The RNG produced is injected directly into the gas distribution networks that supply individuals and businesses, providing a substitute for natural gas. Waga Energy finances, builds and operates its WAGABOX® units under long-term contracts with landfill operators for the supply of raw gas, and generates income by selling the RNG it produces. Waga Energy operates seventeen WAGABOX® units in France, Spain and Canada, representing an installed capacity of 2,180,000 MMBtu (640 GWh/y). Sixteen units are under construction in France, Canada, and the US. Each project initiated by Waga Energy contributes to the fight against global warming and helps the energy transition. Learn more: waga-energy.com, follow us on: LinkedIn and Twitter, and subscribe to the newsletter.
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