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[ February 19, 2013 ]Webinar
Webinar: Chain of Custody in Biofuel Supply Chains
Biofuel – Chain of Custody in Supply Chains
February 19, 2013
SGS invites you to register for the complimentary webinar Biofuel – Chain of Custody in Supply Chains on Tuesday, February 19, 2013.
The objective of this complimentary webinar is to give an overview to the biofuels production and supply chain (agricultural producers, traders, bioethanol/biodiesel producers, oil and gas companies, food and pharmaceutical sectors) about the requirements of sustainably produced feedstocks, and how this fits in with the Chain of Custody within supply chains.
- Approved Voluntary schemes that can be used for trades of responsibly produced biofuel/oils
- Chain of Custody
- Supply Chain Certification
- Customized Audit Solutions for Supply Chains
- Independent third party certification
- Benefits of Certification
In response to the ever-increasing global call for sustainability, a number of Roundtables were formed including Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) and Responsible Soy (RTRS), with the objective of promoting the growth and use of sustainably produced crops.
The feedstocks can be used as a biofuel and also sustainably produced oils to use in everyday food products such as beverages, food, cookies and ice cream as well as in personal care, cosmetics, and cleaning items.
Ms. Natalie Evans – SGS Global Program Manager, Alternative Fuels
For more information and to register, please visit the biofuels webinar website.