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Glander International Bunkering receives ISCC certificates for various marine biofuels


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Global bunker-trading firm Glander International Bunkering has received the ISCC EU and ISCC Plus certificates from the International Sustainability and Carbon Certification system, a globally recognized independent multistakeholder initiative and leading certification system supporting sustainable, fully traceable, deforestation-free and climate-friendly supply chains.



The ISCC EU ensures compliance with the social and environmental sustainability criteria of the European Renewable Energy Directive (RED I and II) that sets environmental standards for all biofuels and bioliquids used in the European Union.




It guarantees that biofuels are not sourced from regions with high biodiversity or high carbon stock, while achieving savings in greenhouse-gas emissions.




Complementing this, the ISCC Plus certification covers the entire supply chain, ensuring that biomass used in the production of biofuel is traceable and sustainably produced.




This includes standards for social sustainability, human rights, labor rights and good working conditions.




“These certificates allow us to lead the charge in maritime’s green-fuel transition,” said Andreas Peter Maierhofer, managing director in Geneva. “With biofuels in demand, this is a significant milestone and demonstrates our position as a partner that champions and facilitates sustainability.”




Rune G. Kongstein, the managing director of the Norway offices (Tønsberg and Oslo), confirmed the importance of ISCC certifications in the EU as well as worldwide.




“It is great to be recognized for our team’s hard work in biofuel supply,” Kongstein said. “While current regulations are centered in the EU, this is a global responsibility and we are ready to support the transition wherever it goes.”




The fuel types covered within the ISCC EU and ISCC Plus certificates include biodiesel, ethanol, coprocessed oil as replacement for marine fuel, coprocessed oil as replacement for diesel, and hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO), also referred to as renewable diesel.

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