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Accreditations and Associations


ISO14001 sets the global standard for Environmental Management Systems and was designed to help businesses and organisations to reduce their environmental impact.

Integrity operates an Environmental Management System that is fully compliant to the updated ISO14001:2015 which now requires:

  • Environmental management to be more prominent within the organization’s strategic direction
  • A greater commitment from leadership
  • The implementation of proactive initiatives to protect the environment from harm and degradation, such as sustainable resource use and climate change mitigation
  • A focus on life cycle thinking to ensure consideration of environmental aspects from development to end-of-life
  • The addition of a stakeholder-focused communication strategy

Integrity’s ISO14001:2015 certification was issued in 2018


Integrity Print Ltd recognises and is committed to operating in accordance with the relevant FSC (Forest Stewardship Council®) standard and the FSC ‘policy for the association of organisations with FSC’.

The FSC logo identifies forests which have been certified in accordance with the rules of the Forest Stewardship Council. FSC Chain of Custody certification confirms that the paper we use is sourced from sustainable forests. It also provides a means of identifying every link in the production chain; from source of timber, through to paper manufacture and the printing process.


With over 200 members, the South Wessex Waste Minimisation Group is one of the country’s most successful waste management groups.

The group strives to “Demonstrate the benefits of resource efficiency through the exchange of information and experiences; help business achieve reductions in waste arisings through the use of waste minimisation techniques and provide businesses with updates on relevant legislation and raise awareness of other sources of help and information”.

Minimising waste is one of Integrity’s key environmental initiatives; we have been implementing key resource efficiency strategies as part of SWWMG since its conception.