The Magnon Green Energy energy complex in Huelva, made up of three renewable energy generation plants from biomass, has renewed the quality management certificate in accordance with the AENOR ISO 9001 standard, as well as its adherence to the EMAS system (Eco Management and Audit Scheme), of which it has been a part since year 1999.
The ISO 9001 standard is the most used certification model to corroborate the quality of the management of industrial processes, while the Declaration EMAS is the European eco-audit and eco-management scheme that recognizes organizations that have opted for continuous improvement through implementation of an environmental management system.
In this way, the complex of the Ence Group’s renewable energy subsidiary, has demonstrated, through its results in the recent audit carried out by AENOR, its commitment to building a solid and robust foundation for sustainable development and the circular economy, while meeting the customer needs and requirements.
At Magnon, the commitment to excellence in quality and management environmental of its processes is firm. In fact, the Huelva plant was the second company in Andalusia to voluntarily join the select club European company of companies that annually undergo external verification of your data and undertakes to publish and make publicly available the themselves.
One of Magnon’s fundamental pillars is continuous improvement. As leading company in renewable energy in the country, and owner of the most important biomass in Europe – which is located in Huelva –, is committed to sustainability and an efficient future for Andalusia.