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Continuous Improvement: ISO14000

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What is meant by continuous improvement as it relates to ISO14000. Does there ever come a time when further improvement is not technically or economically feasible?

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ISO 14000 is a guideline through which companies can set up a framework for an effective environmental management system.

By continuous improvement it is meant that - there is a continuous ...

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The solution discusses the need of of ISO14000. It also discusses whether there is room for more improvement in such a process.

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