The idea of establishing a National Cleaner Production Centre; which came into question at 1999 for the first time; was realized at 06/04/2013 as a result of the decision taken by TUBITAK Science Council. After this date, TUBITAK Marmara Research Center (MRC) Environment Institute, which will undertake the functions of a Cleaner Production Center with this decision, was configured as the Environment and Cleaner Production Institute. The Institutes activities under the work on cleaner production areas are; to develop and carry out R & D projects; to carry out projects for the dissemination of best practices and technology transfer; create awareness at the national level; to arrange organizations for capacity building; to provide technical support for the industrial sector, to improve institutional capacities and to cooperate with international organizations. TUBITAK MRC Institute of Environment and Cleaner Production research groups engage in activities associated with and nested in each other in terms of expertise and study areas. In general, the subject of cleaner production is a multidisciplinary field, and our institute carries out activities in priority areas intended for eco-efficiency solutions in industry. Environment and Cleaner Production Institute of the TUBITAK Marmara Research Center (MRC) develops knowledge and technology for the benefit of society through national and international research and development activities in line with sustainable development goals, aiming to fulfill needs in the fields of environmental management, technology and cleaner production. There are five strategic business units (SBUs): Water and Wastewater Management, Marine and Inland Water Management, Air Quality Management, Solid and Hazardous Waste Management, Cleaner Production. The Institute serves as the national focal point for cleaner production. To this end, training and coordination programs are organized for individual and institutional capacity development of those serving industrial sectors, and for stakeholder introduction to current cleaner production technologies, sectoral best available technologies and references. The Institute also coordinates the network of expert institutions and external experts for risk assessment, life cycle assessment, eco-design and energy efficiency. The Institute performs its researches in laboratories accredited with DAR/DAP as of 2002 and with EN ISO/IEC 17025:2000 General Requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibration Laboratories as of 2010. The total number of accredited parameters today is 276. The Institute’s top priority in all its activities is client-focused service and quality. As a result, it obtained the certificates of ISO 9001:2000 Quality Management Systems and ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management Systems in 2001.