Third-party auditor has new name, logo, website

11/16/2012 11:33:00 AM
Andy Nelson

SCS logoA third-party sustainability certifier has a new trade name, logo, website and certification mark.

Emeryville, Calif.-based Scientific Certification Systems Inc. made the changes to reflect its global reach, according to a company news release.

The company now operate under the trade name SCS Global Services, signifying its position in global in third-party certification, auditing, testing and standards development in environmental, sustainability and quality performance claims.

SCS’s new website, highlights the company’s expanded roster of services and features streamlined navigation.

In addition to a new name, website and logo, SCS has a new global certification mark, the SCS Kingfisher, to reflect a commitment to environmental stewardship and responsible resource management.

SCS operates on six continents, with 14 offices and regional representatives and an extensive network of auditors. Clients include well-known product and retail brands, small and medium-sized businesses, start-ups, government agencies and non-governmental organizations, according to the release.



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Delbert Ripperetti    
Thermal, Ca.  |  December, 06, 2012 at 12:47 PM

I've was notified by inspectors that one of my date palm groves shows signs of the dreaded "Red Palm Weevil" being present. I was deeply concerned and sought out a long time Somerton Arizona PCA named Bobby Shadrac Oliver, and had him take a look at my trees. After several hours he assured me that I have no RPW activity whatsoever, and that birds and rodents were causing similar damage to the trees. Another case of inspectors who have little if any insect knowledge. Growers beware of inspectors who know nothing more than trapping and killing time taking breaks. DR

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