Stanlow Terminals gains environmental accreditation

UK firm Stanlow Terminals has been awarded the ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System accreditation.

The certification, which was awarded following a ‘rigorous’ independent assessment of Stanlow Terminals’ distribution and management systems, covers how the company manages and distributes crude products, refined petroleum products, petrochemical products, and biofuels. The company says that the certification acknowledges its commitment to continual improvement in environmental management.

‘Managing and distributing fuel supplies is the core of Stanlow Terminals’ business. Operating with chemicals that are hazardous and potentially environmentally damaging if handled improperly means our management systems need to be state-of-the-art,’ says Michael Gaynon, CEO of Stanlow Terminals. ‘As our business grows, protecting people and the environment will always be our top priority, and this accreditation provides independent verification that we have the right management systems in place.’

In August 2020, Stanlow Terminals received ISO 45002 accreditation for its health and safety management system.

(Source:Tank Storage Magazine)

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