RSB’s sustainability framework has been recognised by NGOs, companies, regulators and others around the world as a uniquely robust and practical approach to advancing the biocircular economy.
Each year more and more organisations add their voices in support of RSB and it’s sustainability framework.
See below a list of organisations, including our members, who have contributed to our global recognition as the leading organisation to advance the just and sustainable transition to a biocircular economy.
Research from Germany’s oldest eco label, Blauer Engel (Blue Angel), which covers over 10,000 products across 80 categories, found that RSB is the only certification system for biomass that fulfil their own rigorous requirements to be recognised under their own approach – without any constraints or additional requirements.
In the report, “Can I recycle this? A global mapping and assessment of standards, labels and claims on plastics packaging”, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and Consumers International recognised RSB as the only label for bioplastics packaging that is reliable and addresses feedstock sustainability.
The International Coalition for Sustainable Aviation’s (ICSA) vision for a ‘zero climate impact’ international aviation pathway towards 2050 endorsed RSB as the “best-in-class sustainability certification standard for advanced aviation fuels”.
The Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management adopts RSB’s EU RED standard to certify waste and residues-based biofuel, and to verify that this material has not been modified to achieve the status as waste.
RSB is an ISEAL Code Compliant Member
RSB has been compliant with ISEAL Codes since 2015. Our system has been independently evaluated against ISEAL’s Codes of Good Practice – a globally-recognised framework for effective, credible sustainability systems.