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After two years of preparation and with the support of the Monaco group Expression, the SEPM is officially certified to the standards ISO 9001 “quality” and 14001 “environment” after being certified as a Clean Harbor continuously since 2011.
As the first port on the Côte d’Azur to obtain this double certification, the SEPM now fully meets the many requirements of the two standards, leading to a modern, high-quality and environmentally friendly company.
On October 23, 2018, Bureau Veritas, the certifying body, through Philippe Periphanos, presented the two certificates in the presence of Valérie Davenet, Director of the Environment representing Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, Government Counselor – Minister of Equipment, Environment and Urban Planning, the President and members of the SEPM Board of Directors, the various partners and all the staff.
Aleco Keusseoglou, President Delegate of the SEPM, said on this occasion: “This double certification is above all the result of a long work and a commitment flawless of each and every one for two years to be certified ISO 9001, c is a commitment to continuous improvement of the quality of the services provided to our customers, by being constantly listening to them and meeting their expectations Be ISO 14001 certified, after having received the European Port Clean certification in 2011 is to ensure that you have an activity that is respectful of the environment, by developing and encouraging good practices aimed at preserving resources.”
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