Compost quality standard to be revised

Widely used certification scheme PAS 100 is being revamped by the Renewable Energy Association’s assurance organisation

Some 1.8 million tonnes of certified compost is produced each year. Photograph: Elena Elisseeva/123RFA standard that certifies when waste soil has become a product and can no longer be classified as waste is set to be revised.

The Renewable Energy Association’s assurance organisation (REAL), which runs the certification scheme for compost quality standard PAS 100, announced it would carry out the revision on 6 June.

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