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Environment

ISO 14064 Greenhouse Gas Verification

Looking to obtain the environmental management ISO 14064-1 certification?

Certificate and Audit for Environmental Management

ISO 14064-1 provides organisations with a framework to measure and verify their GHG emissions and develop programmes aimed at mitigating these.

We can audit your organisation against ISO 14064 (part 1) to verify your greenhouse gas emissions and reductions. Being able to demonstrate that your organisation’s carbon emissions have been calculated in accordance with this international standard increases your credibility in the marketplace, and shows your commitment to environmental sustainability. Verification by our qualified and experienced auditors provides an independent assurance of your reported emissions.

There are three parts to the ISO 14064-1 suite of standards:

Part 1: Specification with guidance at the organisation level for qualification and verification of greenhouse gas emissions and removals. This standard is used by organisations to calculate and verify their GHG emissions.

Part 2: Specification with guidance at the project level for quantification, monitoring and verifying of greenhouse gas emission reductions or removal enhancements. This standard is used to calculate, monitor and report GHG emissions at a project level, such as forestry projects.

Part 3: Specification with guidance for the verification and validation of greenhouse gas statements. This standard is used by auditors and verifiers as guidance as to how to carry out GHG verification activities.

Using the ISO 14064-1 standard will bring several benefits to your organisation, including:

  • Providing an internationally recognised and proven framework for the quantification and reporting of GHG emissions.
  • Enabling your organisation to identify "carbon hotspots" to design and develop tailored reduction initiatives.
  • Facilitating independent verification of your organisation's GHG emissions to an auditable standard.
  • Transparency and credibility when communicating your organisation's commitment to sustainability.