In the fight against climate change, different mechanisms have been established to reduce or compensate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. These mechanisms require a process to both quantify and declare emissions issued by organisations. 

For these greenhouse emissions statements estimates to be reliable and internationally comparable, a verification is required. This activity is carried out by verification bodies, which must have the necessary technical competence. The international standard established to assess this competence is UNE-EN ISO 14065.

Emission reduction systems relying on accreditation:

A guarantee in every sector

Accredited verifiers provide the maximum guarantees in areas such as aviation, combustion installations refineries, concrete production, paper mills, lime, glass or ceramic products factories… 

Benefits of accreditation

+ Product and service safety
+ Legal security
+ Prestige
+ Savings and efficiency
+ Markets
+ Access to public procurement