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ISO 14064

ISO 14064 – «Accounting and control of greenhouse gases» gives the governments, enterprises, regions and other organizations free set of tools for programs in quantitative concept, monitoring, accounting and control of greenhouse gas emissions.

ISO 14064 is divided into 3 parts:

Part  1 – defines requirements to the projecting and development of resources for greenhouse gas emission control  at the level of the organization or at the basic level;

Part  2 – defines detailed requirements for quantitative control, monitoring and accounting of reduction of the greenhouse gas emissions and improvement of the means of their disposal;

Part  3 – contains requirements and recommendations for the control and approval of the data concerning greenhouse gas emissions (this part applies for  control organizations).

Implementation of ISO 14064 in your organization allows you:

  • To provide succession, transparency and integrity of data about quantitative evaluation, monitoring and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions;
  • To find out and control obligations, resources and risks, connected with greenhouse gas emissions;
  • To facilitate trade of credits and benefits for greenhouse gas emissions;
  • To support projecting, development and implementation of equitable and consistent programs or diagrams of greenhouse gas emission control;
  • To create reliable mechanisms within your organization for quantitative evaluation, control and accounting of greenhouse gas emissions;
  • To build confidential relationships with the concerned parties;
  • To help development and realization of greenhouse gas emission control strategies and plans for future;
  • To provide possibility of tracking of effectiveness and achievements in the domain of greenhouse gas emission reduction and/or optimization of their disposal.

ISO 14064 is an important point in greenhouse gases’ inventory for organizations. It can also help your organization to carry out activities under the scheme of trade for emission quota.

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