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ISCC International Sustainability & Carbon Certification

ISCC International Sustainability & Carbon Certification

Governing Organization

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Assessment Type

Third party assessed by non-verified bodies

Sectors Covered

Food, Beverage and Agriculture

Issues Covered

Carbon, CSR, Environmental Management, Waste and Chemicals Management

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Overview

The objectives of ISCC are the establishment of an internationally oriented, practical and transparent system for the certification of biomass and bioenergy. ISCC is oriented towards:
reduction of Greenhouse Gas emissions,
sustainable use of land,
protection of natural biospheres and
social sustainabilityThe objectives of ISCC are the establishment of an... more

Key Features

* ISCC is a global scheme covering all kind of biomass _x0013_ to be applied in the EU home market and overseas. It is a one stop shop for companies, easing national and international trade
* ISCC standards and requirements are freely accessible at www.iscc-system.org
* ISCC is based on EU requirements and the first recognized scheme
* ISCC is based on international norms... more

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