Circularity offers certifications to measure, certify and implement the sustainability of your company, qualifying it in the eyes of all stakeholders.
Degree of Circularity – BS8001
Measure the circularity of your company in accordance with the guidelines of the British standard BS8001:2017, the standard that identifies six factors that can decline the concept of circular economy and drop it in the business reality.
The tool measures the performance of business processes, allowing to obtain a specific indicator that attests to its commitment to integrating the circular economy.
It also identifies areas for improvement and increases your reputation by communicating your potential in an objective way to external stakeholders such as investors and partners.
The final report can be integrated within a Sustainability Report and be supplemented with context analysis according to ISO 14001:2015.
Green Touch – ISO26000
The certificate that certifies the sustainability of business processes according to the ISO26000 standard, developed by the certification body RINA exclusively for Circularity.
Obtaining Green Touch certification significantly increases the reputation and credibility of your company, making it internationally recognized as socially responsible.
The benefits that certified companies achieve are many and include:
- Improved performance
- Improved relationships
- Development of a plan to address sustainable investments
- Improved financial rating
- Reputation growth
Materials Under Control
The protocol, created by the certifying body RINA exclusively for Circularity, to reduce the use of plastic and paper in the company, managing them in a virtuous manner and eliminating the dispersion of waste into the environment.
Materials Under Control bridges the gap in regulations and avoids the adoption of ineffective and incorrect practices such as green-washing or the demonization of certain essential materials.
We support companies through all four strategic operational steps to achieve certification:
- Mapping disposable products
- Replacing them with sustainable materials
- Raising employee awareness
- Communication of the commitment to all stakeholders