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Newly developed system documents or fundamental changes will be published for public consultation

ISCC is continuously working to improve the ISCC System. Feedback from companies using ISCC, certification bodies and other interested third parties is an important source for the ongoing development and therefore highly welcome. To gather feedback, ISCC publishes relevant documents for public consultation. ISCC will analyse and consider the feedback received before publishing the final version of the document including the date on which it becomes valid.

Please note that all documents published in the public consultation section below are draft documents. Finalized versions of the documents might be subject to further adjustments.

ISCC invites all interested parties to send any comments and feedback with regard to the document below to ISCC. The public consultation shall generally be sixty calendar days from the date of publishing. Please use the contact form below to submit your feedback. All fields marked with an asterix (*) are mandatory.


ISCC PLUS System Document

The ISCC PLUS System Document (V3.1) is now open for public consultation until 2 September 2019.


Proposals from the ISCC TC Working Group for waste and processing residue supply chains on strengthening the implementation of ISCC requirements

In mid 2018, ISCC has set up a specific technical working group for waste and processing residue supply chains which has taken up its work in January 2019. Due to recent developments on the market related to waste and residue materials, the group has developed an action plan that systematically tackles the challenges related to the certification of such materials. The presentation below, held during the 2nd Technical Committee Meeting “Waste, Residues and Advanced Low Carbon Fuels”, on 2 July 2019 in Shanghai, summarizes the measures agreed upon by the working group that will be implemented by the system on short and medium term. As an opportunity to further strengthen the certification process in dialogue with its stakeholders, ISCC has decided to publish the results of the technical working group for a public consultation. The document will be open for discussion until 8 August 2019. Please use the form below to submit any comments.

Please click here to see the presentation held during the Technical Committee Meeting.


Public consultation