The Better Biomass certification system consists of sustainability requirements, chain-of-custody requirements and rules for certification.More
The process for being granted a Better Biomass certificate is described in the road map.More
The register contains all the organizations that have granted the Better Biomass certificate.More
Better Biomass is an international certification system for solid, liquid and gaseous biomass. The Better Biomass certificate is used to demonstrate the sustainability of the biomass used for energy, fuels or bio-based products. The underlying sustainability criteria have been established in a multi-stakeholder consensus process between private companies, government and civil society organizations and are published in the standard NTA 8080. These criteria cover important values for nature, environment and society (People, Planet, Profit).
Better Biomass is managed by NEN, the Netherlands Standardization Institute, a CEN and ISO member. NEN has an international accreditation as a scheme manager and certification audits are done by accredited independent certifying bodies.
April 7, 2019
Better Biomass uses the standard NTA 8003 to classify the biomass categories that may be considered residual flow (also ...Read more
March 20, 2019
Waste and residues are often used as raw material for the production of biofuels. Biofuels have to comply with European ...Read more