ISCC certification


Project introduction:

In 2009, the EU issued the Directive on Promoting the Use of Renewable Energy (2009/28/EC RED), which requires that all biofuels sold on the EU market must be subject to sustainability certification. EU member states require reducing greenhouse gas emissions and using renewable energy for public transport, and require that European transport sector use at least 10% of renewable energy before 2020. At present, the projects with high recognition and great influence in the EU include the International Sustainable Carbon Certification Program (ISCC).

The full name of International Sustainability&Carbon Certification (ISCC) is International Sustainability&Carbon Certification. As the first standard to comply with the RED Directive, it was implemented from 2010 to 2010. The ISCC system originated in Germany and has developed into an internationally recognized system. Its official website is www.iscc-system All certified certificates are published on. org. At present, it is divided into three certification systems: ISCC EU, ISCC PLUS and CORSIA.

ISCC PLUS is an independent third-party verification system designed to verify the traceability of waste sources ("sources") in terms of quality balance according to the quality balance audit principles published by Ellen MacArthur Foundation's CE100 Network. ISCC PLUS certification is not only applicable to biological materials derived from agricultural and forestry materials, but also applicable to various materials such as mixed plastic wastes that cannot be recycled through traditional mechanical processes in the past and need to be recycled and converted through chemical processes.

ISCC EU is applicable to bioenergy entering the EU, such as industrial mixed oil UCO, biodiesel UCOME and hydrogenated vegetable oil HVO, that is, second-generation biodiesel. ISCC PLUS is applicable to the whole industry, and ISCC PLUS is applicable to the whole industry. Manufacturers and traders in all industries can apply for ISCC PLUS certification. At present, the industries widely used include toys, glasses, electronics, household products, energy, food, feed, etc.

Certification process

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