Posted May 24, 2018 07:31:50In 2018, we saw the introduction of the Industrial Greenhouse Gas (IGG) Standards that require energy producers to capture and store carbon dioxide from the air, water, and land, as well as reduce their carbon footprint.
These standards are designed to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that are linked to climate change, and help protect our environment.
However, the IGG standards do not require any specific emission reduction targets, nor do they mandate a specific emissions reduction strategy.
Instead, they aim to protect the environment in a broad way.
These are just some of the benefits of using IGG standards in your business, as outlined in our guide to IGG.
As an environmental protection expert, you can help to protect your company’s environment in several ways:You can provide a detailed audit of your business’s compliance with IGG requirements.
You can develop a detailed IGG compliance plan to help you monitor your company and make the most of the IGG standard.
And finally, you have the option of signing up for an IGG Compliance Program to provide the benefits that come with IGT (International Trading Standards).
To understand the importance of IGG, we have to go back to the beginning of the industrial revolution in 1845.
In the year 1776, the first IGG meeting took place in Paris, France.
The first meeting of the IG standards was held in 1876, in Vienna, Austria.
In 1879, the International Commission on Standardization (CIS) was established.
In 1879 and 1882, the Convention on Supplementary Tariffs on Tariffs and Trade (CSTT) was ratified.
These two agreements set the framework for the International Trade in Goods (ITG) agreement that came into effect in 1983.
As a result of these two agreements, there were a total of 438 IGT standards, covering everything from the production of petroleum products to energy production, and even the production and distribution of textiles and plastics.
As a result, the industry developed IGG to ensure that the most efficient and effective way to manage its carbon footprint was achieved.
Today, we are in the middle of the transition to a cleaner, more energy-efficient world.
We are committed to a low-carbon economy and are looking forward to making a positive impact on the environment, while doing our part to mitigate climate change.
The key thing to know about IGG is that, while all of the standards are voluntary, they can be modified at any time.
So, even if you are not the owner of an IGF company, it is possible to get involved and help your company meet the IGT requirements.
To find out more about IGT, click here