Chemical manufacturing is a beneficial process, improving the quality of life for millions of people. Almost all manmade products contain a chemically manufactured element. Chemical products can be found in fertilizer and pesticides (increasing crop yield), medicines (preventing and curing disease), and energy products such as solar panels and insulation (to increase energy efficiency). However, the chemicals industry can also have a negative impact on human health and the environment. This is especially true in the manufacturing stages. As a result the chemicals industry is one of the most heavily regulated industries in the world.
There is potential for a negative impact to the environment at every stage of chemical production. The chemicals industry has an obligation to be leaders in minimising environmental impacts during manufacturing and processing of chemicals. Monitoring levels of waste and emissions produced during manufacturing and processing to satisfy the legislative requirements or internal KPI’s need not be a burden. A good environmental data management system reduces risk of non conformance, is easily audited and can act as a tool to drive efficiency and improve environmental performance.
› Manage Raw Materials
› Atmospheric Emissions Management
› Water Usage
› Energy Efficiency
› Waste Management
› Environmental Critical Equipment