The Scheme

EcoCampus is the environmental management scheme for higher and further education.

Whether you are a university, college or institution the EcoCampus Scheme can help you develop, implement and maintain an environmental management system in line with the international management system standard, ISO14001. 

EcoCampus offers a flexible phased approach to implementing an environmental management system for the higher and further education sector. Participants gain recognition at each stage of the process through a series of awards from bronze through silver, gold and platinum. This approach lends itself to the complex nature of institution's enabling you to implement an EMS at your own pace. The platinum award conforms with the requirements of the international environmental management standard ISO 14001. The scheme provides training, consultancy, e-learning and software combined with third party verification via our UKAS accredited partner NQA.  

Features of the scheme

Phased awards

A flexible approach to implementing an environmental management system. 


Training workshops covering all phases of the EcoCampus environmental management system. 


The scheme provides opportunities to network with like minded staff from HE & FE institutions.

Telephone, Email & Meeting Support

We offer inclusive remote support via telephone, email and online meetings during office hours. 

Expert Advice & Service

With over 20 year consultancy experience, we offer expert advice and excellence service.

Fixed Costs

We ensure there are no hidden or extra costs, our quote is fixed so there are no hidden surprises!

EcoCampus offers a flexible approach, with recognition of your progress through four phases:


Provides a framework to manage sustainability
Improve your sustainability performance
Achieve your institutions sustainability goals
Reduce costs in areas such as energy & waste
Gain valuable sustainability credentials
Improve your institutions image
Learn from best practice within the sector
Prove legal compliance
Last modified: Tuesday, 18 April 2017, 9:41 AM