Wasatch Resource Recovery is audited by the International Sustainability and Carbon Certification program (the “ISCC”). The ISCC is a third party organization charged with verifying that the biomethane produced by the facility meets the Program’s sustainability criteria. A signed “self-declaration” form from the food waste source is required by the ISCC in order for WRR to claim the renewable natural gas created from the source’s feedstock as “sustainable”.
By signing, the self-declarations (as well as the terms and conditions) as published on the website (wasatchresourcerecovery.com) apply and are a valid part of this agreement for the contractual period. If no objection is made by the customer 14 days before the expiry of each calendar year of this agreement, the self-declaration is confirmed for the following year.
The self-declarations for deliveries of food waste and brown grease/grease trap fat (Fats, Oils and Grease) on this page are a valid part of the contract between Wasatch Resource Recovery and its customers. The self declarations will be presented to the customer either within the contract or within the terms and conditions. If the self-declarations are part of the written contract, they shall be deemed as accepted from the effective date of the contract. If the self-declarations are included in the terms and conditions, they shall be deemed as accepted if the customer does not explain his or her objection to Wasatch Resource Recovery within 14 days after the terms and conditions have been presented to him or her. If the customer does not object, this will be considered as an agreement to the terms and conditions. The self-declarations will be deemed as accepted after the 14 days have passed.