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Greenhouse gas verification is the process of ensuring that the environmental benefits promised by a project are actually achieved. Greenhouse gas verification standards are a set of rules that companies must follow in order to verify their carbon footprint. They’re set by the Greenhouse Gas Protocol, which defines criteria for how companies report their emissions and what they should do to reduce their impact on climate change.

Greenhouse gas verification helps companies to measure their carbon footprint, which helps them reduce their carbon emissions and make sure that they are compliant with the law and environment friendly. Greenhouse gas verification also helps to identify where emissions are coming from, which will help to reduce or eliminate those emissions altogether.

Organizations develop GHG inventories for a variety of reasons, including:

The verification process involves testing how much carbon dioxide is generated when certain materials are burned. This will help you know whether or not your project is in line with regulations, as well as make sure that you are doing your part to reduce emissions from fossil fuels.

Wire consultancy is a highly rated Risk Engineering & EHS Solutions Consultancy company that offers Greenhouse gas verification services. Wire consultancy consists of a diverse team of professionals who are ready to help you with your greenhouse gas emissions. As part of our commitment to the environment, we offer verified greenhouse gas verification services that help companies reduce their environmental impact. 

Greenhouse gas verification services can be a complex and time-consuming process, but wire consultancy is here to help. Our team of experts has years of experience in greenhouse gas verification, and we are always ready to help you navigate the process. Our team is able to provide greenhouse gas verification services for both direct and indirect emissions, including carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and others.

A variety of greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting protocols is available for reporting emissions, such as the ISO 14064-1, World Resources Institute (WRI) and World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) GHG Protocol Corporate Standard. For accounting purposes, GHGs are divided into 3 standard categories, or more commonly known as  “scopes”:

Scope 1 Direct (Onsite) Emissions
Scope 2 Indirect Emissions
Scope 3 Indirect Emissions

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