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See About OF&G /Job Vacancies for Producer Certification Officer role

As a Compost producer why should I become certified?

OF&G is pleased to have been selected as a provider of inspection and certification services to the Compost Certification Scheme (CCS) by Renewable Energy Assurance Ltd With composting growing and developing as an effective form of waste management, certification for the resulting material allows it to be treated as a product (compost) rather than a waste that attracts […]

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As a Biofertiliser producer why should I become certified?

OF&G is pleased to have been selected as a provider of inspection and certification services to the Biofertiliser Certification Scheme (BCS) for anaerobic digestion by Renewable Energy Assurance Ltd. With anaerobic digestion growing and developing as an effective form of waste management, certification for the resulting digestate allows it to be treated as a product (biofertiliser) rather […]

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Why do my products need to be certified as approved inputs

OF&G provides an Approved Inputs Scheme for products that are not organic but which could be approved for use in organic farming or processing. Joining this scheme enables suppliers to reassure their customers that their pre-approved products can be used in organic systems and saves organic producers and processors the trouble of checking the status […]

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As a Farmer/Grower why should I become certified?

The labelling and marketing of organic food and feed products is controlled by EC Regulation’s (EC) No. 834/2007 and (EC) No. 889/2008. Any person or organisation intending to produce or process organic products must be subject to an inspection and certification procedure by an approved Control Body. Anyone contravening these Regulations could be subject to prosecution by Trading […]

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As a Processor why should I become certified?

The labelling and marketing of organic food and feed products is controlled by EC Regulation’s (EC) No. 834/2007 and (EC) No. 889/2008. Any person or organisation intending to produce or process organic products must be subject to an inspection and certification procedure by an approved Control Body. Anyone contravening these Regulations could be subject to prosecution by Trading […]

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