The PAS 2060 carbon neutrality standard

A specification standard detailing how to demonstrate carbon neutrality, produced and published by the British Standards Institution (BSI)

PAS 2060 is a specification standard detailing how to demonstrate carbon neutrality, produced and published by the British Standards Institution (BSI). Companies can self-certify to PAS 2060 or seek third-party verification.

PAS 2060 was developed by BSI (and other organisations such as Defra and Carbon Trust) to specify requirements to be met by an organisation seeking to demonstrate carbon neutrality through the quantification, reduction and offsetting of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and came into effect in April 2010.

PAS 2060 is not regarded as a British Standard but in due course may be considered for further development into a British Standard or another equivalent European Standard.

The Willmott Dixon Group self-certifies carbon neutrality in accordance with PAS 2060.

Our carbon emissions data is verified annually by Bureau Veritas as an independent third party, in order to substantiate the quantity of carbon credits required for purchase to offset our emissions, in-line with our commitment to be a carbon neutral business.

Read our PAS 2060 Statement - Willmott Dixon PAS 2060 statement 2016