MINNEAPOLIS, January 18, 2022 /3BL Media/ – Recrylic – the first line of recycled acrylic to be widely available in North America – announced that it has achieved SCS Global Services’ Recycled Content Certification (RCC) and Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certification. Used to create a variety of world-class retail displays, signage, lighting and precision manufacturing solutions, Recrylic is the first product line of its kind to achieve dual certification.
January 6, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Surface Tech announced today that it has completed the verification process to achieve an Environmental Product Declaration for ACE XP Polymer Fiber®, its advanced aramid polymer fiber additive. Surface Tech’s products and manufacturing processes were analyzed by SCS Global Services using life cycle assessment.
January 6, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Surface Tech announced today that it has completed the verification process to achieve an Environmental Product Declaration for JUNO C33 its advanced alternative supplementary cementitious/fine aggregate material (SCM). Surface Tech’s products and manufacturing processes were analyzed by SCS Global Services using life cycle assessment.
MILWAUKEE, January 6, 2022 /3BL Media/ - As businesses across the world confront increasing water challenges and growing calls for tangible accomplishments on sustainability, The Water Council has partnered with SCS Global Services to meet this challenge by improving corporate water stewardship outcomes and reporting.
This new partnership will include development and rollout of programs to help companies move beyond traditional water management to credible and verified water stewardship that addresses enterprise-wide challenges and opportunities.
Certifications Issued to Plastics Innovators Revolution, Granite Peak Plastics and Arqlite
EMERYVILLE, Calif., December 15, 2021 /3BL Media/ - SCS Global Services (SCS), a global leader in third-party environmental and sustainability certiﬁcation, auditing, testing, and standards development, today announced the certification of three plastics innovators to the newly launched Recycled Material Standard (RMS) created by environmental nonprofit GreenBlue.
Program Supports Circular Economy by Incentivizing Plastic Waste Collection and Recycling
EMERYVILLE, Calif. , December 8, 2021 /3BL Media/ - SCS Global Services has been approved to perform validation and verification under Verra’s Plastic Waste Reduction Program (“Plastic Program”). This latest approval provides yet another avenue for SCS Global Services to help projects demonstrate verifiable plastic waste reduction and receive crucial financing for their collection and recycling efforts.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., December 7, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Following the official launch of the Recycled Material Standard (RMS) last month, we are proud to announce SCS Global Services (SCS) as the first certification body (CB) accredited to conduct assessments that lead to RMS certification. The establishment of SCS as the first CB means companies in the plastics supply chain can realize the benefits of RMS certification and advance the use of recycled materials.
NEW YORK, November 19, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Gemological Science International (GSI), one of the largest gemological organizations in the world, achieved SCS Global Gem Identification Verification Provider accreditation for its laboratories and offices around the world. All SCS-007 certified diamonds that are graded, scanned, and laser inscribed by GSI, and which have accompanying information on laser inscription, diamond dimensions, and carat weights, can carry the approved Sustainability Rated claim of achievement.
At COP26, more than 100 world leaders pledged up to $19bn USD to help tackle deforestation and forest degradation, which account for 8-10% of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Many ears perked up at the prospect of deforestation hot spots, such as tropical forests in Indonesia and the Amazon, receiving much needed aid packages. The commitments are huge, the intentions noble, and the support for regions devastated by deforestation long overdue. But one has to wonder: Can GHG emissions from forest cover loss really be halted?