GREENORDA PROJECT LLP has a greenhouse gas validation and verification body accredited in accordance with the requirements of ISO 14065, accreditation certificate No. KZ.V.01.2016

Industries for which validation and verification are carried out:

– Electricity

– Oil and gas

– Mining

– Metallurgic

– Chemical

– Secondary sector (production of building materials: Cement, lime, gypsum and brick)

– Mining and metallurgical (as part of mine methane disposal projects);

– Agriculture;

– Housing and communal services;

– Gardening of forest and steppe territories;

– Prevention of land degradation;

– Renewable sources of energy;

– Recycling of municipal and industrial waste;

– Transport;

– Energy-efficient construction;

– Energy saving and energy efficiency improvement.

ОБ ОРГАНЕ ПО ВАЛИДАЦИИ И ВЕРИФИКАЦИИ

ABOUT GREENHOUSE GAS VALIDATION AND VERIFICATION BODY

 

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GREENORDA PROJECT LLP is accredited in the accreditation system of the Republic of Kazakhstan for compliance with the requirements of the ISO 14065 “Requirements for greenhouse gas validation and verification bodies for use in accreditation or other forms of recognition” on February 5, 2018. We conduct validation and verification in accordance with the following standards and regulatory documents:

Environmental Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan No. 212 of January 9, 2007;

ISO 14064-3 Greenhouse gases — Part 3: Specification with guidance for the verification and validation of greenhouse gas statements;

ISO 14065 Greenhouse gases — Requirements for greenhouse gas validation and verification bodies for use in accreditation or other forms of recognition (Accreditation requirements for organizations that confirm or verify the greenhouse gas emissions approvals or claims received);

ISO 14066 Greenhouse gases — Competence requirements for greenhouse gas validation teams and verification teams (Competence requirements of workers carrying out various inspection or inspections in the team assigned to perform this task. It is useful to ensure consistency in the global carbon market and to maintain public confidence in GHG reporting and other communications).

ISO 14066 complies with ISO 14065 and ensures integrity and consistency of reporting and emission reduction projects within the industry and geographic boundaries.

I.A. Minister of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan Order, July 28, 2015 No. 502 “On Approval of the Inventory of Greenhouse Gases Reports Forms”;

Order of the Minister of Environmental Protection of the Republic of Kazakhstan No. 122-y, May 15, 2013. “On Approval of Installation Passport Form”;

Order of the Minister of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, June 13, 2016 No. 245 “On Approval of the Form of a Plan for Monitoring Greenhouse Gas Emissions”;

Order of the Minister of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan No. 221, March 19, 2015 “On Approval of the Rules for Monitoring and Control of Greenhouse Gas Inventory”;

Order of the Minister of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, March 18, 2015 No. 214 “On approval of the Rules for the Control of the completeness, transparency and reliability of the greenhouse gas emissions and removals inventory “.

Валидациия и верификация парниковым газам

Validation and verification of greenhouse gas emissions are carried out in accordance with the requirements of the applicable greenhouse gas standards.

Climate change is one of the most serious challenges facing the world community in the coming decades. Climate change is an important factor in both human and natural habitats and can lead to significant changes in the use of resources, production and economic activities. In view of these threats, initiatives have been taken at the international, regional and local levels to limit greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations in the Earth’s atmosphere.

Within the framework of the “Paris Agreement” ratified by Kazakhstan on November 4, 2016, No. 20-VI and on the basis of the Decree of the President of the RK on May 30, 2013 No. 577 “Concept on the transition of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the “green economy” Kazakhstan undertook commitments to reduce GHG emissions and to control climate change. According to the Environmental Code, GHG emissions management is carried out, which includes inventory of GHG emissions, validation and verification of GHG documents, preparation of documents for obtaining GHG quotas (monitoring plan, plant passport and GHG inventory report).

 The main task of verification is to carry out an independent assessment for confirmation of the information reliability and completeness based on objective data reflected in the reports of the plant on GHG, their compliance with national and international requirements. GHG Validation or Verification Body is responsible for the performance of an objective evaluation and the provision of an expert validation or verification report relating to the plant’s GHG report, compliance with the requirements of applicable standards or Environmental Code requirements to GHG management.