ISO 14001

International Standard ISO 14001 was a response to global concern for the environment and the proliferation of regional environmental regulations. In that context, a universal indicator was needed to assess organizational efforts to achieve reliable, adequate environmental protection.

With this standard, we seek to manage and identify our industry’s environmental risks, including risk prevention and environmental protection per regulations and the socioeconomic needs required to comply with them.


Progress Report

Implement this standard at the Tocopilla, Salar del Carmen, Salar de Atacama and Coya Sur sites.

We are working on migrating our environmental management system toward ISO14001 in 2021.

2022: The Port of Tocopilla obtained ISO 14001:201 certification. This certificate is valid from January 28, 2022 to January 27, 2025. See Certification here

2023: The operations in Salar de Atacama and the Lithium Chemical Plant (Carmen) earned ISO 14001:2015 certification, complying with the requirements of this standard from February 9, 2023 to February 8, 2026. See Certification here