Chain-of-custody certification

Chain-of-custody certification

A product that has met certain requirements throughout its life, beginning from its extraction and production all the way to its distribution and sale.
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The RJC's Chain-of-Custody Certification for precious metals supports these initiatives and can be used as a tool to deliver broader Member and stakeholder benefit.
SGS is the world's leading independent body providing Forest Product Chain-of-Custody certification.
Some forest products companies have enrolled in forest certification and chain-of-custody certification programs due to a perceived increase in demand for certified products.
In addition, 49 of Avery Dennison's facilities have attained FSC chain-of-custody certification.
Last October, the Department of Forestry at Purdue University and Wood & Wood Products collaborated on the Dollars & Sense of Going Green Conference to address nagging questions concerning forest and chain-of-custody certification issues.
The SFI Standard also includes unique fiber-sourcing requirements that promote responsible forest management on all suppliers' lands, as well as a chain-of-custody certification, which can communicate to buyers how much certified fiber is in a specific product.
ADAMS has been awarded the Forest Stewardship Council Chain-of-Custody certification.
B&Q has recently gained chain-of-custody certification for both the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC) schemes.
The number of products carrying the MSC logo, having achieved full chain-of-custody certification, has doubled in the past year to 1,300.
s Southern yellow pine lumber mill at Prescott has been awarded chain-of-custody certification under the environmental, social and economic standards of the Forest Stewardship Council.
A second type is called chain-of-custody certification, which applies to the "supply chain"--the manufacturers and distributors of forest products.
SFI chain-of-custody certification tracks the percentage of fiber from certified forests, certified sourcing and post-consumer recycled content.