Accreditations

We are committed to quality and the environment and are proud to be accredited for both ISO 14001 and ISO 9001.

ISO 14001
Neon Digital is an ISO 14001 accredited company.  This voluntary accreditation reflects our commitment to reducing not only our own environmental impact but also that of our customers.  Fundamental to this commitment are robustly managed and measured business practises in the following key areas:

  • Waste handling and treatment
  • Carbon emissions
  • Energy consumption
  • Drains on natural resources

Whilst our ISO 14001 accreditation is a reflection of our commitment to the environment, we believe that our responsibility goes beyond our stringent policies and procedures. Effective print management can significantly reduce paper, toner and energy usage, which is why we encourage all of our customers to consider a fully Managed Print Solution.  Not only does this help businesses to reduce their carbon footprint, but it can also help them to significantly reduce their costs.


ISO 9001
We take quality management seriously and our ISO 9001 accreditation is evidence of our commitment to our people and our customers.  Our quality policy ensures that Neon Digital and all of our employees conduct themselves in a considered and professional manner. 

The procedures we have put in place apply to all aspects of our business, and are:

  • Closely aligned to business strategy and customer needs
  • Understood and followed by all employees at all levels
  • Reviewed regularly to ensure ongoing improvements and effectiveness

Customers, and indeed our people, can therefore be assured of a consistent, reliable and professional approach by Neon Digital in everything we do.

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“I am grateful for the good service that was provided by Neon Digital and am confident that we are getting good value for money. I am happy to recommend the company to you as my experience has been positive.”

HEAD TEACHER OF A NORTH LONDON PRIMARY SCHOOL