4 REASONS WHY COMPLIANCE IS IMPORTANT FOR YOUR BUSINESS
Environmental compliance is a concern for many businesses, small and large, who are directly affected by regulations, standards and reporting requirements. Environmental regulations are numerous and cover aspects such as air quality, oil storage, waste, hazardous materials and water pollution.[. . .]
Tacotherm achieves ISO 9001:2015
Tacotherm Ltd of Southampton, UK achieves certification to the new Quality Standard, ISO 9001:2015.
Working closely with Tacotherm to understand their business requirements, William Yonge of Earth to Ocean Ltd developed a quality management system that added benefit to the business whilst complying with the requirements of the new ISO9001:2015 standard.[. . .]
NuPerspectives achieve ISO 9001:2008
NuPerspectives have recently achieved certification to ISO 9001:2008, with support from William Yonge of Earth to Ocean Ltd.
Nu Perspectives is a Product Design and Manufacturing company based near Winchester in Hampshire. The company’s founders have over 40 years combined experience which means the business is managed by product design engineers with a proven track record of taking new products from concept through to market. [. . .]
William Yonge joins the E2O Team
William has worked throughout his management career to bring sustainable management systems to his employers and clients delivering outcomes tailored to their needs. Well acquainted with achieving ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 certifications and an experience trainer, he proves a valuable asset to any establishment in need of professional sustainability assistance. [. . .]
E2O's work with the Golf Environment Organisation leads to an impressive Ryder Cup 2014 Post Event Sustainability Report
A new report developed by E2O reveals how the 2014 Ryder Cup once more proved itself as one of the world’s leading sustainable events, generating significant benefits to the community and environment. [. . .]
PCSG achieve ISO 14001
PCSG has underscored its commitment to sustainable business by securing accredited certification to the environmental standard, ISO 14001. Our achievement in securing this internationally recognised standard further boosts the experience and knowledge we can offer clients in this arena. [. . .]
Dr Barbara Rinkel and Thibaud Audureau join the E2O Team
Dr Barbara Rinkel is a skilled environmentalist, with a degree in Environmental Science, a PhD in Biological Sciences and five years’ experience as an environmental research scientist in the US, Barbara specialises in ecology.
Thibaud Audureau has recently graduated with a Masters degree in biotechnology from Sup’Biotech in his homeland of France and specialises in Green BIM, carbon footprinting and data analysis.
E2O present at the Future Solent Conference
E2O's Dr Susie Tomson was the keynote speaker at the Future Solent Conference, explaining how the Ben Ainslie Racing project will be sustainable and benefit the local Solent area; “At BAR we have a fantastic opportunity to engage with organisations in the Solent region through our standards of operation, design, technology and innovation as we strive to win the America’s Cup”[. . .]
E2O providing sustainability advice for the new Ben Ainslie Racing Team Base
E2O are providing valuable advice and guidance for the construction of the ambitious new Ben Ainslie Racing Team Base. The Base is located in Portsmouth and will be a a beacon for sport and sustainability in Britain. Work is ongoing to ensure the building will reach high standards of sustainability and can provide all of the necessary facilities without harming the surrounding environment.
E2O working with Ben Ainslie Racing
Susie attended the Ben Ainslie Racing (BAR) launch at the Royal Museums Greenwich in her role as the team’s Sustainability Manager. With the Duchess of Cambridge present, Sir Ben Ainslie announced his bid to win the America’s Cup for Britain and bring it home for the first time in the competition’s 163 years. [. . .]
E2O's delivery of the Ryder Cup GreenDrive is rolled out to the European Tour
The Green Drive sporting event sustainability programme for the Ryder Cup is rolled out across all European Tour events. Launched at the Lyoness Open in Austria, the programme will be gradually rolled out across all European Tour events.
E2O deliver site protection at Box Hill and Richmond Park for Ride London
Earth to Ocean delivered comprehensive site protection for the sensitive areas of Box Hill and Richmond park for the inaugural Prudential Ride London event where 20,000 amateur cyclists took part retracing the 2012 London Olympics cycling route, followed by the thrilling professional event that marked a weekend of professional, amateur and family cycling event throughout London.
E2O project manage the Ryder Cup GreenDrive
Working with the Golf Environment Organisation, Earth to Ocean have been contracted to deliver the Ryder Cup 2014 sustainability programme, GreenDrive. Working closely with Ryder Cup Europe we are delivering a comprehensive sustainability plan that includes a wide range of activities e.g., evaluating suppliers to ensure conformity with the sustainable procurement policy, developing the site protection plan for the Gleneagles Course.
E2O Presentation at South Wessex Waste Minimisation Group
Kate Chapman was invited to give a presentation to the South Wessex Waste Minimisation Group on the Zero Waste Games. The SWWMG was formed in 1995 and now boasts a healthy membership of companies from across the South Wessex region who are all working to reduce their waste and who are interested in wider sustainability initiatives. [. . .]
WRAP Zero Waste Events Roadmap launch
Kate and Susie attended WRAP's launch of their Zero Waste Events Roadmap at Lords cricket ground on 5th March. Building on the lessons learned from the London 2012 Games, WRAP aims to help the events industry achieve zero waste to landfill by 2020 and to make much better use of the resources that go into, and come out of a great event. [. . .]
London 2012 Learning Legacy Papers published
The London 2012 Sustainability team, supported by Earth to Ocean, has worked hard to gather as much reliable data as possible and report this for future Games, such as Rio 2016 and other major events. The series of reports has been published on the Legacy Learning website (see link). There are over 70 papers covering topics from energy and waste to the community projects that were part of the Sustainability programme. [. . .]
Olympic Legacy for two Hampshire Primary Schools
Earth to Ocean's Kate Chapman and Susie Tomson made sure that a bit of Olympic Legacy reached their home villages at the end of 2012. In the closing weeks of their work at LOCOG they were able to salvage the remains of the Olympic hockey pitch (most of which had gone to be relaid at Sheffield Hallam University) to be re-used as an all weather sports surface in two primary schools in Hampshire. [. . .]
Earth to Ocean play a major role in delivery of the River Hamble Games
Earth to Ocean devised the concept and acted as Event Coordinator for the River Hamble Games in July 2012, a community sporting event that saw over 300 competitors taking part in 5 sports - swimming, running, kayaking, rowing and sailing. [. . .]
Earth to Ocean add capacity to London 2012 Sustainability Team
Earth to Ocean have been taken on to support the London 2012 Sustainability Team. Working in the Venue Development Team, Earth to Ocean will be implementing the sustainability policies that are part of the Olympic bid commitments and one of the main reasons for London being chosen to host the 2012 Olympic and Paralympics. [. . .]
E2O work with new half marathon to reduce environmental impacts
The John Austin Half is a new half marathon taking place on Sunday 13th March in Brockenhurst in the New Forest, in aid of the Oakhaven Hospice. Kate Chapman, from Earth to Ocean, is working with the event organisers to manage and reduce the environmental impacts of the event.[. . .]
RYA publish Go Green with E2O's Susie Tomson as technical editor
The Royal Yachting Association have recently published Go Green, a young persons guide the the Blue Planet. E2O Director, Susie Tomson was the inspiration behind the book and the book's technical editor which forms part of the RYA's series of children's books written by Claudia Myatt the book has received excellent reviews and is available on the RYA website.