Certified Management System
Certificate for this Management System
Corporate Carbon Footprint
Climate change affects our environment. Climate protection is one of the biggest challenges of our time. With our "Corporate Carbon Footprint" service, we assess the greenhouse gas-relevant emissions caused by a company. DIN EN ISO 14064 (2012) and the GHG Protocol (2011) form the basis for a carbon footprint at company level.
Carbon footprint certified
Determination of the company-relevant greenhouse gas emissions – divided into direct emissions (Scope 1) and indirect emissions (Scopes 2 and 3).
Improvement of carbon footprint by 10%
This certificate is awarded if you have been able to show that your carbon footprint has improved by 10% within 2 years.
A company can call itself carbon neutral if it does not emit any greenhouse-relevant gases or if it uses compensatory measures to offset them.
A community can call itself carbon neutral if it does not emit any greenhouse-relevant gases or if it uses compensatory measures to offset them.
TÜV Rheinland links this test mark to the general ID number 0200000000 and, if desired, with a QR code. When the certificate number, the product ID or the manufacturer's name is entered on the website www.certipedia.com, the search function retrieves information on the valid certificate. This way, third parties can check the legal use of the test mark or read which tests the product has undergone.
With the online marketing service, the certificate information can be expanded into a neutral marketing tool. For this, each product tested receives a test mark with its own, individual 10-digit ID number and an Internet entry with specific product information.
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