Compulsory verification for companies that are part the national allocation greenhouse gas emissions plan

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The Kyoto Protocol requires the signing countries to gradually reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. In the European Union, the competent public authorities distribute their emission allowances among the major emitters and are responsible for controlling and reporting that they meet the foreseen quotas.

What is GHG Verification?

The European Union Emission Trading Scheme establishes that organizations with facilities dedicated to activities that emit greenhouse gases and that are included in each country's national emission allowances allocation plan must issue a report every year, notifying the greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) they produce. Said report must be verified by an accredited independent entity and must be delivered at the end of each yearly period to the competent authorities before the end of February.


  • Meet the requirements of the European Union Emission Trading Scheme
  • Accurately know the volume of CO2 emissions your company emits.
  • Ensure the transparency of the emissions statement process.

Why with Applus+ Certification?

Applus+ Certification is an independent and renowned entity that aims to help organizations achieve their commitment to continuous improvement.We analyze the clients' needs so that our auditors, who are specialists in each field, perform a service that provides the maximum value evaluating your organization's compliance.
Our teams develop specific certification plans according to our clients' structure, processes and activities.Our international presence, extensive product portfolio, and accreditations allow us to offer global and expert service, tailored to your organization's needs. 
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