The Gold Seal is the highest level of recognition that the program can provide to a company participant. It certifies that the inventory has fulfilled all the requirements and that the methodology was verified by an independent third party.
"Our inventories show that we have the lowest worldwide emission rates of greenhouse gases per ton of cement produced. InterCement has become a reference in control emissions in the entire industry", says Suzuki Seiiti, Sustainability and Research & Development area Manager.
This tool is the most used in the world to quantify and manage emissions; the GHG Protocol was developed in the United States in 1998 by the World Resources Institute (WRI). The Brazilian GHG Protocol Program follows the same methodology, and aims to encourage companies from different sectors and segments to produce and publish inventories of emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) with instruments and international quality standards.