EMAS certification consists of an independent control and assessment of voluntary emission reduction projects in accordance with the principles and requirements of the UNI EN ISO 14064-2 and UNI EN ISO 14065 standards.
Following the assessment of the Environmental Declaration by a third-party company, the organisation may apply for EMAS registration to the competent national authority (Ecoaudit Ecolabel Italy) and subsequently obtain registration with the European Union.
This service, which is part of a series of initiatives in the GHG Emission Certification, enables companies to act voluntarily and concretely in the quantification, monitoring and reporting on their projects regarding greenhouse gas emissions and/or their removal.
The EMAS Regulation requires a management system conforming to ISO 14001. Therefore, the Certification involves an integrated management of these two legislative areas.
RINA is accredited by ACCREDIA, ISPRA, ANAB and INMETRO.
What elements does the Environmental Declaration contain?
The Environmental Declaration document clearly and consistently illustrates: