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Only five steps towards ISCC certification

ISCC for industrial applications


ISCC is a globally applicable sustainability certification system and covers all sustainable feedstocks, including agricultural and forestry biomass, biogenic wastes and residues, circular materials and renewables.

With currently over 8,000 valid certificates in more than 120 countries, ISCC is among the world’s largest certification systems. It has been developed through an open multi-stakeholder process and is governed by an association with more than 220 members, including research institutes and NGO’s. As a no-deforestation standard with a strong commitment to protect forests, high-carbon stock lands and biodiversity, ISCC strives for a world where biomass and other raw materials are produced in an environmentally, socially and economically sustainable manner.

ISCC is committed to support the shift towards the circular economy and bioeconomy. Companies can manifest their contributions via the use of the credible ISCC PLUS system. Recycled or bio-based products that are certified to the ISCC PLUS standard provide companies, brand owners and consumers with the assurance that high sustainability requirements are met.

Interested in ISCC certification for the circular economy and bioeconomy?


Take a look at the ISCC PLUS Certification Guideline


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ISCC provides possibilities to extend the certificate to specific market requirements

In addition to the core requirements, interested parties can choose from a set of voluntary add-ons, such as:

Reducing GHG emissions

Producing Non-GMO

Reducing consumption of water, fuels and electricity


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