REAL's Certification Scheme
for quality composts

 
 
 
 

Compost Certification Scheme

Compost Certification Scheme provides assurance to consumers, farmers, food producers and retailers that quality compost is safe, reliable and of consistent high quality. Compost is produced by composting organic materials and the Scheme provides means for compost producers to become certified against the BSI PAS100 and Compost Quality Protocol. The certified compost is no longer considered to be waste and have achieved a product status.

 
 

Latest News:

  • PAS 100 workshops & meetings

    Several workshops and meetings will be taking place over the next few weeks in London as the public consultation period closes for the revision of PAS 100. These events have been set up for the Review Panel to discuss specific issues raised during the consultation phases of the revision process...

    Posted: 10 January, 2018

  • BSI consults on revision of the compost quality standard

    BSI consults on revision of the compost quality standard British Standards Institution (BSI) has opened a Public Consultation on the revision of the compost quality standard PAS 100 The Compost Certification Scheme had consulted with stakeholders including compost producers, customers and en...

    Posted: 18 December, 2017

  • PAS 100 Public Consultation

    The Public Consultation on the revision of PAS 100:2011 commenced on 22nd November 2017. A draft version of PAS 100:2018 has now been published on the BSI website and can be accessed here. The public consultation period will last for 6 weeks ending on 12th January 2018...

    Posted: 1 December, 2017