SCS Global Services Joins Low Carbon Fuels Coalition

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SCS Recently Approved for Independent Verification Under Oregon Clean Fuels Program

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SCS Global Services Joins Low Carbon Fuels Coalition
SCS Global Services Joins Low Carbon Fuels Coalition

SACRAMENTO, Calif., October 28, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Today, the Low Carbon Fuels Coalition (LCFC), announced its newest member: SCS Global Services. SCS, an international leader in third-party certification and verification for environmental sustainability, recently became approved as an independent verification body for the Oregon Clean Fuels Program. SCS has been providing high quality verification of biofuel and alternative fuel supply chains for over ten years and has more than 25 years of experience in agriculture, greenhouse gas and forestry certification. The LCFC is a technology-neutral trade association with a proven track record of supporting and expanding clean fuel standards.

“We welcome SCS as our newest Coalition member. Their extensive experience providing validations and verifications across multiple biofuel sectors reinforces our performance-based, technology-neutral approach to reducing carbon emissions in states like Oregon, which have successfully adopted market-driven Clean Fuel Standards” said Graham Noyes, Executive Director of the LCFC.

“We are excited to join LCFC as they enter an exciting new phase of growth working with state policymakers and at the federal level to support and expand clean fuel transportation policy across the United States. As a leading global verification body for the Low Carbon Fuel Standard and other low carbon fuels programs, joining the LCFC fit perfectly with our work and mission,” said Matthew Rudolf, Vice President, International Business of SCS Global Services.

SCS Global Services is an approved verifier for the California Low Carbon Fuels Standard and the Oregon Clean Fuels Program. They provide fuel pathway validations, annual verifications of fuel pathway reports, annual verifications of quarterly fuel transportation reports, and quarterly reviews of fuel transaction reports. SCS has nearly 20 lead verifiers in the US and internationally with direct experience in ethanol, biodiesel, and renewable natural gas.

In addition to CA LCFS and Oregon CFP, SCS verifies sustainable supply chains under the International Sustainability and Carbon Certification (ISCC) system, the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB), the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), Bonsucro Certification and the Colombian low carbon biofuel program (Resolution 1962).

For more information about the Low Carbon Fuels Coalition visit: lcfcoalition.com

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About SCS Global Services

SCS Global Services is a global leader in third-party environmental and sustainability verification, certification, auditing, testing, and standards development. Its programs span a cross-section of industries, recognizing achievements in climate mitigation, green building, product manufacturing, food and agriculture, forestry, consumer products, and more. Headquartered in Emeryville, California, SCS has representatives and affiliate offices throughout the Americas, Asia/Pacific, Europe and Africa. Its broad network of auditors are experts in their fields, and the company is a trusted partner to companies, agencies and advocacy organizations due to its dedication to quality and professionalism. SCS is a chartered Benefit Corporation, reflecting its commitment to socially and environmentally responsible business practices. For more information, visit www.scsglobalservices.com.

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