Environmental consulting for more sustainability with ECOLOGICON

Sustainability through solutions from ECOLOGICON.

Regulatory requirements for companies and customer and consumer expectations for companies to protect the environment and their extended contribution, are becoming more significant and complex. We keep an overview for you and advise you not only on legal changes, technical implementation options and special features in EU member states and worldwide, but also help you to identify opportunities for implementing additional measures on the market.

We advise on:

Corporate environmental protection, resource management, legally compliant waste management, certification, sustainable business strategies, commissioning, environmental commissioning, permit management, supply chain audits and partner audits

We support you in integrating sustainability into your company and structures. Take advantage of our environmental consulting and expertise on sustainability topics that you need to implement your business models.


Environmental consulting and sustainability strategies

Environmental consulting with ECOLOGICON.

Environmental issues and sustainability are becoming increasingly important and have a major impact on companies and their shareholders (stakeholders). The topic is becoming increasingly important in business and society.
To achieve climate goals, more and more nations, governments and global entities are committing to climate neutrality (Net Zero) – the same is true for the expectation of today’s customer. This has a massive influence on entrepreneurial activity. In 2016, for example, the United Nations adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), with a roadmap to 2030, which are intended to ensure sustainable development at the economic, social and environmental levels worldwide and serve as a binding blueprint for the nations of the world to also achieve ecological climate and environmental goals.

ECOLOGICON is a strong partner that supports you in all issues related to the implementation of climate protection, achievement of climate protection goals and sustainability standards up to a sustainable economy in terms of implementation and achievement of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations.

Do you know which regulations are relevant for your company? Is this knowledge of specifications also present among your employees and the responsible stakeholders in your company?

The requirements for companies to protect the environment are rapidly changing and becoming more stringent.
As an external environmental and sustainability department, we always keep track of things for you and advise you on legal changes, technical implementation options and special features of other EU countries and worldwide.

We would be happy to help you develop concepts for implementing these requirements. We take into account not only current laws and regulations, but also future, expected legal and regulatory expansions, changes in standards and methods, but also developments in your target markets – not least in benchmarking with your competitors.

Our consulting services and solutions related to environmental management

Integrate sustainability into your business and get our environmental consulting and expertise on sustainability topics you need to implement your business models.

Appointment of representatives -
external agents and know-how for your processes

Officers for waste, water protection, immission control, hazardous goods or incidents

The environmental officer plays a central role in the environmental protection of your company. Within this framework, the representative in a company fulfills the important role of operational self-monitoring and organizes all tasks of operational environmental protection such as immission protection, water protection, waste, hazardous substances and incidents.
The environmental officer shall ensure that all requirements in operational environmental protection are met.

Are you required to provide or appoint company representatives? Whether for waste, water protection, immission control, hazardous goods or incidents, as external environmental officers we are happy to take over these functions in your company.

We are happy to support your employees in promoting knowledge management in the company through regular training and continuing education.

Occupational safety

One of the most important responsibilities of the employer is to ensure safety in the workplace. The objective of occupational safety is always to protect the health of employees from hazards in the workplace.

Your company runs accident-free? You want it to stay that way? The entrepreneurial model is reaching its limits?

We support you in the legally compliant implementation of all occupational safety requirements in accordance with the German Occupational Safety Act (ASiG) and the obligations of the German Statutory Accident Insurance and are also available for the assessment and processing of special occupational health and safety issues in addition to this support.

As external specialists for occupational safety, we critically examine and assess your operating processes and identify sources of danger. We help with the creation of individual risk assessments, train and instruct you and your employees and carry out the necessary inspections. ECOLOGICON supports you in preparing appropriate operating and work instructions and descriptions of procedures and processes.

Privacy Policy

Personal data is processed in every company. Whether it is the birthday calendar or log entry of the website. People’s information quickly comes together and is stored, shared and deleted. But not everyone wants to reveal personal information.

We will be happy to advise you on which data may and may not be collected. In doing so, we consider not only the necessary documentation, but also possible technical implementation options.

We support you in developing a concept for the implementation of these requirements. In doing so, we take into account not only current regulations, but also future developments on the market.

Our consulting services and solutions

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Integrate sustainability into your business and get the environmental consulting and commissioning expertise you need to implement your business models.

Level playing field
for certifications (Level Playing Field on Certification)

R2, E-Stewart, CENELEC, WEEELabex or EPEAT, etc.

Uniform and equal standards for all economic actors involved guarantee transparent production and a fair competitive environment. However, these standards are not always easy to find and understand.


A globally recognized certification for electronics recyclers is the Responsible Recycling© Standard (R2). R2 is a voluntary standard and is aligned with the electronics recycling industry’s key operating standards for electronics recycler (e-recycler) operational practices. R2 certification is based on the R2 standard and is monitored by the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC). The standard requires certified companies to have a policy for handling used and end-of-life electronic equipment, components and materials based on the strategies of reuse, material and energy recovery (recycling) and/or disposal (disposal). This certification is intended for electronics recyclers. The certification is issued by external auditors.
Organizations seeking R2 certification should verify that their operations meet the R2 standard and contact one of the third-party certification bodies that performs R2 certification.


The E-Stewards standard stands for responsible recycling and reuse of electronic equipment. The certification is achievable for all electronics recyclers and reprocessors and is based on ISO 14001 standards. After certification, periodic surveillance audits take place to ensure that organizations are complying with standards and meeting numerous performance requirements. This places particularly high demands on the handling of hazardous electronic waste, the export of hazardous WEEE (e.g. to developing countries), working conditions and landfill.


The European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization comes from the French: “Comité Européen de Normalisation Électrotechnique (CENELEC)” and is one of the most important standardization organizations in Europe. CENELEC is responsible for European standardization in the field of electrical engineering (ENEC marking). Together with ETSI (standardization in the field of telecommunications) and CEN (standardization in all other technical fields), CENELEC forms the European system for technical standards. Behind the term CENELEC and DIN EN 50625-1:2014 09 is a European series of standards that describes the requirements for the treatment and disposal of waste electrical and electronic equipment. The standard pursues the objective of promoting mechanical recycling and supporting high-quality recovery processes. Improper disposal of waste electrical and electronic equipment should be avoided.


WEEElabex stands for the abbreviation (WEEE label of excellence) and was created through an EU co-funded project to develop a Europe-wide standard for auditing recyclers and recoverers of WEEE. The requirements are set for the collection, logistics and treatment of WEEE.
So far, certification according to the WEEElabex standard has been widespread mainly in France and the Netherlands, as well as Italy; demand in Germany is increasing.


The Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT) is a certification method for purchasers (governments, institutions, consumers, etc.) to evaluate a product’s impact on the environment. It evaluates various environmental aspects during the life cycle of a device and classifies products into gold, silver or bronze categories based on a set of environmental criteria. This standard is also occasionally used by recyclers and recoverers of waste electrical and electronic equipment.
EPEAT is administered by the Green Electronics Council, a non-profit organization founded in 2005 with the goal of promoting and advancing environmental protection throughout the lifecycle of electronic technologies (electrical industry).

If you want to have your products certified according to certain standards, ECOLOGICON can help you find the right certification and implement it step by step in your production chain.

Our consulting services and solutions

  • R2
  • E-Steward
  • WEEElabex
  • Other on customer request

Integrate sustainability into your business and get our environmental consulting and expertise on certifications you need to implement your business models.

Auditing of partners and suppliers

Supply chain law and audits

The Supply Chain Sourcing Obligations Act, or LkSG for short, is a new legal obligation that affects all companies at the site in Germany equally. The regulatory requirements offer a great opportunity to help your company gain an international competitive advantage in the long term and to realize better future products, companies and supply chains.

The new LkSG obliges German companies to review and implement their corporate due diligence obligations on human rights and environmental aspects for their indirect and indirect suppliers throughout the entire supply chain.

We will help you with the:

  • Ensuring stable and resilient supply chains
  • Compliance with regulatory requirements at the German site, and
  • Toward greater transparency in supply chains to identify and harness innovation and opportunities

In addition, the transparency created with regard to human and environmental rights requirements enables a whole new perspective on the issues of security of supply, innovation, cost efficiency and economic risks. By sharpening the focus on these requirements, the implementation of the law can lead to the positive expansion and improvement of the entire supplier network and can be used economically.

Responsibility for the entire supply chain to protect against health and environmental hazards

You will do your best to comply with all legal and voluntary obligations that you must or want to comply with. But their company certainly doesn’t operate self-sufficiently either. The quality of your products depends on the quality of all the players who work with you on the life cycle of your products.

Where do your products actually come from? Who supplies what and under what conditions?
Does this global supply chain respect human and environmental issues?

In the future, companies’ responsibility will extend to the entire supply chain, graded according to the degree of influence they can exert. The obligations are implemented by companies in their own business area towards their direct suppliers. Indirect suppliers are also included as soon as the company receives “substantiated knowledge” of human rights violations at this level.

The objective is to improve the protection of human rights in global supply chains. The Supply Chain Act clearly sets out the requirements for corporate due diligence for all companies and stakeholders. In principle, these corporate obligations extend to the entire supply chain – from the raw material to the finished sales product.

Companies had until January 1, 2023 to review their global value chains and implement the legal obligations.

Trust ECOLOGICON to implement your legal obligations so that your company is future-proof and can create a long-term competitive advantage on the international market.

ECOLOGICON can analyze the production chain for you

We help you define measurable evaluation criteria and relevant focal points so that your quality requirements are also reflected in the supply chain. This way, you can ensure that everything in the life cycle of your products – from development and distribution to return and disposal – runs smoothly.

In the process, we audit new and existing suppliers and partners, assess risks and identify potential for improvement.

Our consulting services and solutions

  • Requirement from the Supply Chain Sourcing Obligations Act
  • Analysis of production and supply chains
  • Auditing of your partners and the entire supply chains
  • Auditing (conception, audit schedule, audit plans, requirement catalogs)
  • Capture potential and make it usable
  • Disposal and recycling concepts
Integrate sustainability into your business and get our environmental advice and expertise on corporate due diligence in supply chains that you need to implement your business models.

Consulting and certification services

Certification services as a supplier or requirement of your supplier network

Do good and talk about it. Your business is up and running. They produce, deliver products and dispose of product waste. You have qualified employees; your processes work and you adhere to your compliance regulations.
How do you now convince new and existing customers about the quality of your work? Have your products or your company externally audited and certified.

Many companies already require their partners and suppliers to have quality, environmental, or energy management systems and, in the waste disposal sector, a waste disposal specialist certificate. Consumers are increasingly opting for products with seals.
The systematic review reveals weak points at an early stage, opens up opportunities for optimization and helps you to identify and avoid errors.

Management systems

A management system describes the way in which organizations organize themselves in their structures and processes in order to act systematically.
They pursue policies based on orderly and efficient processes, manage them and justify the continuous, systematic improvement of the organization to achieve the planned goals.
In an integrated management system, a wide variety of aspects are linked: e.g. quality and environmental protection, energy and occupational safety, social standards and corporate healthcare, information security or risk management.
In this way, they enable a holistic view of economic, ecological and social factors.

Management system – Why actually?

  • Basis for a resilient system and a future-oriented company
  • Anchoring of a continuous improvement process in the organization
  • Transparency and resilient processes
  • Clear structures and responsibilities
  • Customer orientation and more employee satisfaction
  • Cost optimization through avoidance of errors
  • Risk minimization through legal certainty

External certification – Why?

  • Independent, neutral view from outside on the organization (processes, system and their results)
  • Review of the effectiveness of the management and improvement processes
  • Strengthening of image and competitiveness through proof of performance (certificate)

Quality management (DIN EN ISO 9001:2015)
Part of the management system regarding the quality of an organization. By implementing ISO 9001, organizations ensure transparent, standardized and optimized processes.

Environmental management (DIN EN ISO 14001:2015)
Part of the management system regarding the environmental aspects (environmental influences and impacts, etc.) of an organization. By introducing ISO 14001, organizations ensure the basis for sustainable and environmentally friendly management and improved competitiveness.

Environmental Management (EMAS)
Part of the management system regarding the environmental aspects (environmental impact and effect, etc.) of an organization. It includes all the requirements of ISO 14001 and supplements them with additional requirements.

Occupational safety management (DIN EN ISO 45001:2018)
Part of the management system for safety and health at work. By implementing ISO 45001, organizations ensure the basis for creating safe and healthy workplaces by preventing work-related injuries and illnesses and sustainably improving occupational health and safety performance.

Energy management (DIN EN ISO 50001:2018)
Part of the management system regarding the use of energy in an organization. It includes the combination of all measures that ensures the achievement of the required performance with minimum use of energy.

Consulting and certification services with ECOLOGICON.

Your advantages

  • Successful introduction of management systems
  • Identification of weak points (GAP analyses)
  • Implementation of appropriate and measurable corrective and improvement actions
  • Cost savings through greater efficiency
  • Improving the transparency of operational procedures and processes
  • Sensitization and training of employees for necessary aspects
  • Reduction of documentation to the essentials

Our services

  • Certification of the desired management system
  • Implementation and continuation of a management system
  • Detailed analyses and individual inventory
  • Creation of a concept with project management
  • Targeted preparation for certifications and assessments
  • Conducting internal audits to verify the effectiveness of the management system and GAP analyses
  • Building competence and training employees
  • Summary of the results in a report
  • Calculation of the economic efficiency of concrete measures
  • Identification of savings potentials
  • Support for simple and transparent regulations of company processes

Specialist disposal company (EfB)
The term “Entsorgungsfachbetrieb”, also abbreviated to “EfB”, is defined in § 56 Para. 2 of the Closed Substance Cycle Waste Management Act (KrWG). The detailed requirements for specialized waste management companies are derived from the Ordinance on Specialized Waste Management Companies (EfbV). Only particularly qualified waste management companies that meet defined requirements can become specialized waste management companies.

Initial treatment facilities (ETA)
An ETA is a facility for the initial treatment of waste equipment, where the waste equipment is prepared for reuse or de-polluted and recyclables are separated from the waste equipment. The implementation of the recycling processes R 12 and R 13 according to Annex 2 of the German Recycling and Waste Management Act (ElektroG) alone is not sufficient to be certified as a primary treatment facility for the activities of pollutant removal and recyclable material separation.

We will be happy to support you in the correct selection, establishment and maintenance of your certification, management system or in obtaining product certificates and seals.

Our consulting services and solutions

Certifications according to management systems:

  • Quality management (according to DIN EN ISO 9001)
  • Environmental management (according to DIN EN ISO 14001 or EMAS)
  • Occupational safety management (DIN EN ISO 45001; old: OHSAS 18001)
  • Energy management (DIN EN ISO 50001)
  • Energy audit (DIN EN ISO 16247-1)

Disposal Certifications:

  • Specialist disposal company (EfB)
  • Initial treatment plants (EBA)
  • Recycling-specific certifications (R2, E-Steward, CENELEC, WEEElabex)

Integrate sustainability into your business and get our environmental consulting and expertise on certifications you need to implement your business models.

Permit Management

Consulting and permitting services with ECOLOGICON.

Site search
Are you planning to build a plant?

You have built a plant and want to make changes? You have received a letter from the authorities?
No construction project succeeds without a permit. We will help you find a suitable property, approach the right authority and gather the necessary documents.

We are happy to assist you throughout the entire approval process, find suitable experts and prepare statements on conditions and ancillary provisions.

Waste management activities
Do you generate, collect, transport or treat waste?

As you know, environmental law provides for various permits for numerous activities related to waste – from collection to transportation to treatment.
It is easy to lose track of the necessary permits and obligations that result.

ECOLOGICON can help you find your way around by centralizing and managing the relevant information on permits and approvals for you and guiding you step by step through the official procedures – nationally and internationally.

Our consulting services and solutions

  • Building law
  • International construction projects
  • Waste collection and transport
  • Waste treatment plants
  • Immission Control Ordinances (BImSchV)
  • Ratings and reviews

Integrate sustainability into your business and get the environmental consulting and permitting management expertise you need to implement your business models.


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