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The current drive towards sustainability are putting pressure on organizations worldwide to implement procedures to manage the elements of sustainability for an organisation that include emissions, effluent discharge, waste disposal and energy efficiency. Even though these green elements can be managed, monitored and analysed in an integrated manner using some common resources and information, they are typically handled piecemeal under different types of management standards; and quite often, as ad-hoc projects as opposed to programs. This paper reviews the current management systems that relate to sustainability, and proposes the development an integrated green management framework called the Sustainable Green management System (SGMS). A systematic, integrated and efficient approach for collecting, monitoring, analysing and managing information and resources via the SGMS will not only lead to organisational sustainability, but also have the potential to save ample resources, remove significant redundancies, promote cleaner production and enhance the profitability and efficiency of an organisation. An application of the proposed SGMS framework is demonstrated on a facility management case study that uses a unified GI as an indicator for an organizational sustainability.
A Sustainable Green Management System (SGMS) framework has been proposed to holistically manage the sustainability elements of an organisation. The procedure involves integrating the sustainability-related key elements of ISO systems. These insights can assist facility managers to implement conservation effectively and enhance future sustainability. Among the key benefits of implementing SGMS framework within and integrated management system, include focus and clear insights of the framework towards sustainability goals, cost and time savings via avoidance of redundancies, while simultaneously enhancing productivity. Furthermore, an integrated management system would reduce the time for document preparations, manpower for document controller, cost for internal and external audits, as well as encouraging facility managers to implement action plans for cleaner production. The aforementioned benefits have been demonstrated using a case study on application of the SGMS framework that utilises a unified GI that simultaneously cover aspects of energy, water and materials conservation, as well as reduction of environmental emissions.