The Low Cost Route To Environmental Accreditation
Green Mark provides an affordable option to organisations of any size wishing to demonstrate their commitment to environmental sustainability.
Starting on the road to being green and attaining accreditation has been made simple with Green Mark and the time to do it is now.
Improve your bidding scores
Business tenders now allocate up to 10% of their scores to environmental issues.
61% of people more likely to buy from a company if it has a good reputation for reducing its impact on climate change (Carbon Trust, 2009).
Demonstrating your organisation’s commitment to the environment with a Green Mark can significantly increase your chances of securing new business.
Receive marketing material
Achieving Green Mark provides evidence of a company’s commitment to environmental sustainability. Green Mark brings credibility to your environmental claims, as the process provides an external, independent assessment of your environmental performance.
Upon certifying, you will be presented with a set of useful marketing tools to help promote your green achievements.
Affordable and recognised
Many smaller organisations do not have the resources to achieve an international environmental accreditation such as ISO 14001 and EMAS.
Green Mark provides an affordable option to organisations wishing to demonstrate their commitment to environmental sustainability.
It is aligned with international certifications and can provide a road map towards these qualifications, saving expensive consultancy time required to achieve such accreditation.
Recognised Certification Developed by Experts
It provides an internationally recognised environmental certification for companies that want to assure their clients and employees that they are conducting business to recognised environmental standards.
Recommended by London’s Primary Co-Financing Organisations
Green Mark is recommended by London’s Co-Financing Organisations for European Social Funds. These include the Greater London Authority, the Skills Funding Agency, Department of Work and Pensions, London Councils and National Offenders Management Service.