ICMQ spa join as a member or partner co-founder at numerous national and international organizations in order to give international certifications and develop know-how in a spirit of mutual cooperation and intercultural exchange.
IQNet - International Certification Network (www.iqnet-certification.com). Worldwide network, born in 1990 and present in over 30 countries around the world and is involved in grouping the most important certification bodies and giving them an undisputed visibility international and ensuring the mutual recognition of the value of certifications in individual Member States.
Eurocer-building - European Federation of bodies of the sector of construction (http://www.eurocer-building.com) certification. Born in 1994 with the aim of promoting the voluntary certification of product in Europe, and to develop and improve the free movement of certified products thanks to cooperation between the bodies involved.
CISQ - Italian certification enterprise management systems (www.cisq.com). It is the independent Federation which brings together the major Italian certification bodies operating with expertise in various sectors, from the food-processing and distribution, from business and professional services to public and social services industry.
UNI – Italian body of unification (www.uni.com). Private non-profit association whose members, more than 7000, are businesses, professionals, associations, educational, and scientific institutes reality of public administration that plays regulatory activity in all industrial sectors, commercial and service sectors with the exception of the electric and the responsibility of the CEI - Italian Electrotechnical Committee.
GBC Italy - Green Building Council (www.gbcitalia.org). Italian Association for the promotion of sustainable construction according to standard LEED (leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is an association non-profit promoted by the Trentino Società Consortile district technology. Formed in 2008 aims to promote the dissemination of a culture of sustainable construction, raise public and institutions on the impact on the quality of life of citizens how to design and construction of buildings and provide clear benchmarks to operators in the sector.
CTI – Termotechnical Italian Committee (www.cti2000.it). Federated to UNI, institution plays regulatory activity and standardization in the various thermotechnical sectors.
Kyoto Club (www.kyotoclub.org). Organization no-profit founded in 1999 and consists of enterprises, institutions, associations and local governments committed to achieving green house gases emissions reduction objectives undertaken with the Kyoto Protocol.
ISES - International Solar Energy Society (www.isesitalia.it). Active in Italy since 1978, is the main technical and scientific no-profit association not legally recognized for promoting the use of renewable energy sources (solar thermal, solar photovoltaic, wind energy, energy from biomass, bioclimatic, geothermal, hydroelectric power, energy from the sea).