Indaver Ireland, which specialises in: delivering high quality, cost effective services in the municipal, industrial and specialist hazardous waste market across Ireland, has been awarded ISO Certification. Indaver employs 166 staff, has been in business since 1977 and boasts an annual turnover of more than Eur400 million.
John Ahern, regional manager Ireland & UK, says: “The certification standards which Indaver have maintained for a number of years and continue to develop in current and new areas of our business are a core part of our operations. QESH Management is one of our highest priorities, and we are committed to its continual improvement. The standards also provide assurance to our many customers and stakeholders.”
Over 1 million organisations in 170 countries have adopted the Quality Management System standards and last year NSAI certified a diverse range of Irish companies in various ISO management systems.
Pictured at a recent certification event hosted by NSAI (National Standards Authority of Ireland), were: Maurice Buckley, chief executive of NSAI; Mary Miller and Mariola Purchala from Indaver Ireland; and John Perry, T, Minister of State with responsibility for Small Businesses.