Our CarbonConscious® certification was developed to distinguish clients who conduct carbon footprint assessments to measure the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions associated with the operational activities of specific entities belonging to them and have set in place comprehensive management programmes to mitigate those footprints. The GHG Assessments will need to have followed proper internationally accepted standards and guidelines.
If an organisation commits to regular monitoring/reassessments and works towards continuing to reduce its carbon footprint through the introduction of a comprehensive Carbon Management Programme, it may be certified as a CarbonConscious® Organisation.
The WasteConscious® certification was developed to distinguish clients who conduct waste audits in accordance with UNIDO/UNEP Resource Efficient Cleaner Production Methodology and WasteConscious® Guidelines to measure the waste generated during the operational activities of specific entities, products, services, or even of an entire company itself. Moreover, comprehensive management programmes to control and reduce the overall waste generation should be set in place, with a commitment to regular monitoring/reassessments (overall 3-Year Plan) and a reduction of the amounts of waste generated in organisational operations through the introduction of a comprehensive Waste Management Programme in order to be certified as a WasteConscious® Organisation.
WaterConscious® certification was developed to distinguish clients who conduct comprehensive water audits to assess the distribution, consumption and wastage of water within its premises and have set in place comprehensive management programme to identify potential opportunities to reduce, reuse and/or recycle the overall water operation and also commits to regular monitoring/reassessments and mitigation programme to effectively manage its water usage in accordance with the related requirements of The WaterConscious® Guidelines, the AWWA/IWA Water Audit Methodology and the GADNR/GAEPD/GAWP Georgia Water System Audits and Water Loss Control Manual.
An organization that works towards continuing to review, reduce and reuse/recycle the amounts of water generated in its organisational operations (Overall 3-Year Plan) through the introduction of a comprehensive Water Management Programme, it may be certified as a WaterConscious® Organization.
Our BiodiversityConscious® certification was developed to distinguish clients who conduct an assessment to measure the biodiversity of its operations and/or surrounding and then work closely to set in place a comprehensive management programme to sustain and improve it. The programme encourages preserving biodiversity through use of native species for landscaping and restoration, taking measures to avoid introduction of non-native species, and supporting biodiversity conservation. The certification requires the conservation of natural protected areas and areas of high biodiversity value as per BiodiversityConscious® Guidelines and Green Globe Environmental Indicator (D.3 Conserving Biodiversity, Ecosystems and Landscapes).
If an orgnisation commits to regular monitoring/reassessments (overall 3-years) and works towards continuing to preserve the surrounding biodiversity of its organisation through the introduction of a comprehensive Biodiversity Management Programme, it may be certified as a BiodiversityConscious® Organisation.