Top ISO 14001 Aspects

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Many people wonder what is a good aspect for activity lists in ISO 14001, there is no “right” anwser, but here are some aspects that we use in NimonikApp.ca. All of these aspects are available for members to use in their system and we can add new ones if something is missing. Let us know what you think. Create a free account today.

  • Plant-wide pollution from all activities
  • Potential spill of a hazardous material
  • Potential release of an ODS
  • Post-consumer disposal of the printed material
  • Consumption of virgin paper stock
  • Consumption of energy
  • Consumption of natural resources
  • Potential spill of petroleum product
  • Handling new film processing chemicals
  • Generation of refuse (non-hazardous waste)
  • Generation of used production equipment
  • Generation of waste office paper
  • Generation of PCB waste
  • Discharge of storm water
  • Handling new acid batteries
  • Generation of used rags
  • Use of ODS Fire Protection Systems
  • Generation of waste film development chemicals
  • Discharge of rinse water (acidity)
  • Discharge of rinse water (chemical loading)
  • Generation of waste containers
  • Generation of waste film
  • Handling new plate processing chemicals
  • Generation of waste plate processing chemicals
  • Generation of waste aluminium plates
  • Generation of fugitive VOC emissions
  • Generation of greenhouse gases
  • Generation of combustion emissions
  • Handling new silicone
  • Generation of waste silicone
  • Handling new fountain solution
  • Generation of waste fountain solution
  • Handling new ink
  • Generation of used ink
  • Generation of waste ink containers
  • Handling new varnish
  • Generation of waste varnish
  • Generation of waste cardboard web cores
  • Generation of production waste paper
  • Generation of particulate matter emissions
  • Handling new solvent
  • Generation of waste solvent
  • Generation of solvent-soaked rags
  • Use of ODS Refrigerants
  • Generation of waste ODS
  • Handling new oil
  • Generation of used oil
  • Generation of oily rags
  • Handling new glue
  • Generation of waste glue
  • Generation of post-consumer waste paper
  • Generation of waste cardboard
  • Generation of waste plastic wrap
  • Generation of waste transport pallets
  • Generation of waste acid batteries
  • Generation of waste multi-purpose batteries
  • Generation of waste fluorescent light bulbs
  • Discharge of sanitary water
  • Discharge of wastewater
  • Potential release of a pesticide
  • Generation of asbestos dust
  • Generation of waste paint
  • Generation of combustion contaminants
  • Generation of used equipment and computers