DIN EN ISO 9001:2015

A quality management system in accordance to European standards:

+ Structured design of the organization.

+ Establishing responsibilities.

+ Established process in the structure of organization.

+ Existing quality policy and objectives.

+ Quality control.

+ Operational control and planning.

+ Contact with customers and external service providers.

+ Development.

+ Customer satisfaction.


DIN EN ISO 14001:2015

An environmental management system in accordance to European standards:

+ Structured design of the organization, defined responsibilities etc. analogous to DIN EN ISO 9001:2015

+ Understanding the requirements and expectations of the interested parties (legislators, customers, suppliers, banks, insurance companies, neighbors, employees, the environment itself, sustainable management, etc.).

+ Environmental goals, implementation and control.

+ CO2 balancing / consumption data, savings potential.

+ Environmental issues and life cycle considerations.

+ Handling of hazardous substances, waste registry, waste sorting, recycling options.


Nordic Swan

THE Scandinavian Eco-Label.

The focus of the Nordic Ecolabel is on production that is as environmentally friendly as possible and on end products that do not pose a health risk. In detail, the requirements can vary greatly between product groups.

+ Compliance with ILO core labor standards and prohibition of child labor.

+ Prohibition of plasticizers and organohalogen compounds in plastics, adhesives and metal.

+ Limits on heavy metals and other pollutants in wastewater.

+ Low water and energy consumption.

+ For cosmetic products: no animal testing in the last 5 years.

+ For products with wood: partly from sustainable forestry.

+ Good recycling options for the substances used.


GWÖ - Common Good Economy

An economic model with a future. Here the organization is viewed from a new approach. The following values are evaluated in a balance (certification).

+ Human dignity.

+ Solidarity and justice.

+ Environmental sustainability.

+ Transparency and co-decision making.

Contact groups:
+ Suppliers.

+ Owners & financial partners.

+ Employees.

+ Customers & co-entrepreneurs.

+ Social environment.


Federal association for playground equipment and leisure facility manufacturers

The Bundesverband der Spielplatzgeräte- und Freizeitanlagen-Hersteller e.V. (BSFH) was founded in 1983 and has its office in Hilden near Düsseldorf. It is the German industry association for manufacturers of playground equipment, fall protection surfacing and equipment for parks and leisure facilities as well as for installation and maintenance companies typical of the industry.

The association has the goal and the task to protect and promote the common interests of the members in the economic and technical area as well as the fair competition within the scope of its field of interest and to advise and support the members in the technical questions.


Federal Association GebäudeGrün e. V.

The Bundesverband GebäudeGrün e. V. (BuGG) is a merger of the two associations established over many decades, Deutscher Dachgärtner Verband e. V. (DDV) and Fachvereinigung Bauwerksbegrünung e. V. (FBB). By merging the two well-known associations into one large association, duplication of work and investments will be avoided, forces will be bundled, successful building blocks and competences will be combined and thus the impact will be increased. The BuGG is both a professional association and an interest group for companies, cities, universities, organizations and all those interested in greening buildings (roof, facade and interior greening).

Goals of the BuGG:
+ Enlargement of the market of sustainable construction (increase of direct and indirect subsidies, sustainable construction as a matter of course).

+ The BuGG as the first point of contact for sustainable construction.

+ Public relations and image work.

+ Initial information and argumentation for architects and building owners.

+ Technical competence. Technical booklets. Guideline commentary.

+ Market competence. Figures, data, facts on the sustainable construction market.

+ Exchange of experience and cooperation with other associations (“inter-association alliance sustainable construction”), also with the German-speaking neighboring associations from Austria and Switzerland.

+ Network, exchange of experience, contact exchange

+ Practical work aids for members

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