Media5 Corporation, a leading developer of advanced Communications over IP products and solutions, announced today that it has gone green and earned ISO 14001 Environmental Standard Certification from the International Organization for Standardization, the world's largest developer and publisher of International Standards.
Media5’s goal has been to define and initiate policies and business processes that help our corporation be a strong environmental citizen, complying with internationally accepted practices.
"Media5 has put in place methodologies to ensure its operations meet the stringent environmental requirements of our industry and offer a safe working environment for employees," said Philippe Babin, General Manager of Media5 Corporation. "ISO 14001 certification reflects our strong, ongoing commitment to our employees, our customers and society at large to protect the environment, today and for future generations. It also provides us with a framework to further reinforce our current processes and achieve continuous improvements."
Certification under ISO 14001 signifies that Media5 Corporation undertakes waste management via recycling initiatives, practices smart consumption of energy and materials, undertakes better use of natural resources, has adequate processes in place to manage environmental issues that might arise, and undertakes continual improvement to minimize harmful effects on the environment caused by its activities.
About Media5 Corporation
Media5 Corporation (media5corp.com) has built upon the leading technologies of Mediatrix Telecom and M5T to develop advanced, secure, and survivable VoIP products, technologies and services for Service Providers and Enterprise Networks. Media5 products and solutions are widely interoperable and have received commercial endorsement from the world’s leading manufacturers of telecommunications equipment as well as from large telecommunication carriers.
Media5 has its corporate offices in the Sherbrooke area, in Canada, and regional offices in the United States, Europe, Middle East and Latin America.