Case Study
Safety company uses ISO 50001 to reduce costs of production by 65%


Rindin Enterprises is an Australian manufacturer of innovative respiratory and personal protective equipment and safety devices for firefighters, industrial workers, police squads, militaries, homeland security forces, and rescue teams.

Despite being a relatively small business, it is a large user of energy, whether it be electricity, a company vehicle or the transport company used to deliver product consumes immense resources. As a result, the business gained accredited certification to ISO 50001 to minimise its energy usage.

Since gaining certification, the business has achieved a 48% reduction in cost and ongoing energy savings of AUD$25,000 (USD$20,000). In addition, it has achieved a 65% reduction in the cost of a single manufactured unit.

Further information is available in this factsheet on the Clean Energy Ministerial website.

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