The ENplus scheme was initiated by the German Pellet Institute in 2010 and developed for assuring the quality of wood pellets for small furnaces. The certification scheme covers the complete supply chain from production to the final trader.
ENplus was developed by the European Biomass Association, which hosts the scheme owner, the European Pellet Council (EPC). It strives to assure premium quality and good practices for operators whose activities consist of pelletising, storing, bagging, trading and transporting wood pellets for domestic boilers and stoves.
ENplus includes the entire wood pellets chain – from production to trade to consumer delivery.
Control Union is a recognised certification and inspection body for the scheme and can conduct certification audits inside and outside Europe for pelletising, storing, trading and transporting wood pellets.
The scheme is built around two modules - production and trading - and focuses on the traceability and class of wood pellets for households. Download the programme manual from the ENplus website.
Certification is valid for three years. It includes annual audits for producers and traders with bagging stations, and a yearly audit for certified traders.
Contact us by clicking the button on this page. Based on your information, we will send you a non-obligatory offer to start the requested service. First-time applicants must also send an application form to the EPC before the initial audit can commence.