Almost every industry – including the scrap metal handling – is faced with environmental responsibility and sustainable business practices, a necessity for the global environment.
Many businesses are suffering from a lack of regulatory intelligence and they do not have the most up-to-date processes in place to manage environmental compliance. The result? Companies like yours are at risk for penalties and fines that can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
ProComplianceWare(PCW) is designed to help you understand and achieve your industry’s best practices to ensure environmental compliance. PCW delivers a cost-effective and easy-to-use Web-based environmental management system (EMS) that electronically tracks compliance deadlines for inspection, reporting, training and sampling activities imposed by environmental regulations.
Any facility regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or state agencies can use PCW for improved permit report organization, compliance due-date tracking and searchable document archive.
PCW is a Web-based system-no software to install or update-which can be accessed from computers, tablets or smartphones. Priced at only $250 per month, ProComplianceWare is an affordable solution than can help your business improve compliance management. It is an indispensable tool for any business that must monitor its environmental impact and maximize profits.
Find out how ProComplianceWare can help you drive continual improvement of environmental management efforts. To learn more about using PCW download our Scrap Metal Operations Brochure.
“It is no longer acceptable for organizations to be negligent in environmental compliance management. When our organization first saw the capabilities of ProComplianceWare, we knew that we could leverage this powerful new solution to respond to our clients’ growing requirements to manage, report and optimize their environmental performance.” — Vice President Joe Campisi, EH&S Services, EBI Consulting
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