What is ISCC?
Under the influence of global warming, countries all over the world have put forward corresponding measures and schemes. Among them, the international Sustainability & Carbon certification scheme initiated by Germany, the full name of which is international Sustainability & Carbon certification, is the first standard to meet the EU renewable energy directive (2009 / 28 / ecred). It was implemented in 2010 and has now developed into an internationally recognized certification system. It covers the assessment of sustainable production standards, management standards, traceability documents and greenhouse gas emission reduction calculations.
Directive 2015 / 1513 (red) amending the EU renewable energy directive (eu-rl2009 / 28 / EC) encourages the use of biofuels produced on the basis of wastes and residues. In terms of the content of wastes and residues, it fully meets the sustainability requirements of Articles 17 to 21 of the red directive. Therefore, ISCC standards on Wastes and residues
(iscc_201-1) clearly states that as long as the utilization of real wastes and residues meets the requirements of ISCC, it can be considered as sustainable.