Biofertiliser
Certification Scheme

The Biofertiliser Certification Scheme provides assurance to consumers, farmers, food producers and retailers that biofertiliser is safe and of good quality. Biofertiliser is the name adopted within the BCS for quality digestate which is the by-product from a biogas plant that uses anaerobic digestion to break down organic material left over from food and farm processes.

 
 

Latest Biofertiliser News:

  • Updated specification for renewable fertiliser to boost UK farming

    Pig poo replaces cow pats as stability baseline in biofertiliser tests The market for certified, safe, high quality biofertiliser for UK farming is set to grow following the publication today o...

    Posted: 30 July, 2014

  • PAS110 Consultation completes

    The BSI consultation on the revised PAS110, sponsored  by WRAP has finally been completed and the documents are now being prepared by a technical writer...

    Posted: 7 May, 2014