GRS (Global Recycled Standard)
The Standard applies to the services with at least 50% Recycled Content qualify for product- specific GRS labeling
RCS (Recycled Claim Standard)
The Standard applies to services that contain 5% or more Recycled Content.
GRS and RCS both are international, voluntary, full product standards that sets requirements for third-party certification of Recycled Content, chain of custody. Also, additionally social and environmental practices and chemical restrictions for GRS.
The goal of the GRS and RCS are to increase use of Recycled materials in services also reduce/eliminate the harm caused by its production with GRS implementation.
Organic Content Standard (OCS)
The Goal of the Organic Content Standard (OCS) is to ensure trust in organic content claims.
The OCS provides third party verification of Organic Material content in a product and options for corresponding consumer facing claims.
The OCS applies to services that contain 5% to 100% Organic Material.
Label grade of OCS: There are two type of label grades in OCS
a) OCS 100 – 95% organic natural fiber to 100% organic natural fiber
b) OCS BLENDED- 5% organic natural fiber to 94% organic natural
We provide services with a wide and extensive collaboration with the European Product Certification Company (Notify Bodies), under the supervision of the European Union, as well as specialized expertise in the field of CE certifications in various regulations scope (directives) in a unique range of European regulations.
It should be noted that for the export of many services to the European area, CE requirement must be met and services must have CE mark. It can be seriously stated that the largest and most specialized team in the field of CE certification in the country are at this company.
If you are looking for the easiest and best way to export your product to Europe, you should contact the experts of us.
GLOBALG.A.P. is a farm assurance program, translating consumer requirements into Good Agricultural Practice. EurepGAP is a common standard for farm management practice created in the late 1990s by several European supermarket chains and their major suppliers. GAP is an acronym for Good Agricultural Practices. It is now the world’s most widely implemented farm certification scheme. Most European customers for agricultural services now demand evidence of EurepGAP certification as a prerequisite for doing business.
The standard was developed using the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) guidelines published by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, and is governed according to the ISO Guide 65 for certifications schemes.  Unlike other farm certification schemes, it has definitive rules for growers to follow, and each production unit is assessed by independent third party auditors. These auditors work for commercial certification companies who are licensed by the EurepGAP secretariat to conduct audits and award certificates where merited.