The process to apply for certification is easy to follow. The documents help you guide your way through the process towards a successful audit, so your project can be certified as quickly as possible. The certification guide outlines the process to follow step by step.
RSB Certification Documents
Before applying for certification, select which type of certification is most applicable. There is a choice of RSB Standards to which you can be certified, described below. The RSB is happy to advise you on the best standard for your operation.
- RSB EU RED STANDARD
- RSB Global Standard
- RSB Advanced Products Standard
- RSB Smallholder Standard
- RSB Low Indirect Land Use Change (ILUC) Standard
RSB EU RED STANDARD
For biofuel producers in the EU, or selling into the EU, RSB EU RED Standard is the appropriate choice.
RSB Global Standard
For biofuel producers in other regions, the RSB Global Standard may be a better fit.
RSB Advanced Products Standard
For producers of bio-based materials, or biochemicals, then the RSB Advanced Products Standard should be used.
RSB Smallholder Standard
For smallholders, the RSB Smallholder Standard can be used.
RSB Low Indirect Land Use Change (ILUC) Standard
RSB Low Indirect Land Use Change (iLUC) is a voluntary addition for operators wishing to make a “low iluc risk” claim.
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Apply for Certification
We offer a simple application procedure, comprehensive online tools and documents to guide you through a successful audit.
Auditors & Assurance
The RSB assurance process (auditing and certification) makes sure that all the good practices defined in the standard are implemented on the ground.
“Bioenergy can make an important contribution to providing access to sustainable energy for all. Credible sustainability standards, such as the one developed by the RSB, help manage risks on a project level and promote best practices among producers and processors, complementing sound regional and national energy planning and policy.”