U.S. Battery Manufacturing’s Corona, California facility has earned the ISO 14001:2015 certification requiring companies to establish high environmental management standards. The certification showcases U.S. Battery Manufacturing’s commitment to reducing its environmental impact, by reducing harmful effects on the environment and providing evidence of continual improvement where optimal Environmental Management is concerned.
“Our team at U.S. Battery’s California plant has worked diligently towards focusing efforts on improving the company’s awareness regarding our environmental responsibility both today and into the future,” said U.S. Battery CMO/Executive VP Don Wallace. “Having an Environmental Management System in place will help us stay ahead of changing state requirements and maintain our long-term commitment towards being an environmentally conscious company. Our thanks to Jerry Bailey, Zack Cox, Frank Patton, David Mason, Terry Campbell and the rest of the Corona team involved in obtaining this certification.”
ISO 14001 is a series of standards that provide a guideline for organizations that want to systematize and improve their environmental management efforts. In addition, ISO 14001 certification helps companies like U.S. Battery Manufacturing improve efficiencies, reduce waste, and earn greater trust with customers and industries looking for companies that share a similar concern for the environment. For more information on U.S. Battery’s products, visit www.usbattery.com.