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DIN EN ISO 14051:2011-12

DIN EN ISO 14051:2011-12

Environmental management - Material flow cost accounting - General framework (ISO 14051:2011); German and English version EN ISO 14051:2011

Management environnemental - Comptabilité des flux matières - Cadre général (ISO 14051:2011); Version allemande et anglaise EN ISO 14051:2011

Umweltmanagement - Materialflusskostenrechnung - Allgemeine Rahmenbedingungen (ISO 14051:2011); Deutsche und Englische Fassung EN ISO 14051:2011

2011-12 /Active
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EN ISO 14051 (2011-09)

ISO 14051 (2011-09)

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This International Standard provides a general framework for material flow cost accounting (MFCA). Under MFCA, the flows and stocks of materials within an organization are traced and quantified in physical units (e. g. mass, volume) and the costs associated with those material flows are also evaluated. The resulting information can act as a motivator for organizations and managers to seek opportunities to simultaneously generate financial benefits and reduce adverse environmental impacts. MFCA is applicable to any organization that uses materials and energy, regardless of their products, services, size, structure, location, and existing management and accounting systems. MFCA can be extended to other organizations in the supply chain, both upstream and downstream, thus helping to develop an integrated approach to improving material and energy efficiency in the supply chain. This extension can be beneficial because waste generation in an organization is often driven by the nature or quality of materials provided by a supplier, or the specification of the product requested by a customer. By definition, management accounting and environmental management accounting (EMA) focus on providing organizations with information for internal decision-making. MFCA, one of the major tools of EMA, also focuses on information for internal decision-making, and is intended to complement existing environmental management and management accounting practices. Although an organization can choose to include external costs in an MFCA analysis, external costs are outside the scope of this International Standard. The MFCA framework presented in this International Standard includes common terminologies, objective and principles, fundamental elements, and implementation steps. However, detailed calculation procedures or information on techniques for improving material or energy efficiency are outside the scope of this International Standard. This International Standard is not intended for the purpose of third party certification.
Analysis, Cost accounting, Costs, Definitions, Ecology, Effects, Energy consumption, Energy performance, Environment, Environmental aspects, Environmental management, Environmental management systems, Evaluations, Life cycle assessment, Management, Material flow cost, Material flow planning, Mathematical calculations, Organization, Physical distribution management, Pollution control, Quality, Specification (approval), Testing, Wastes
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