RSB Certification 

INEOS Inovyn is delighted to extend its certification from The Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) to include the production of BIOVYN from our Tavaux site in France.

BIOVYN is a unique range of PVC that is produced with 100% substitution of fossil feedstock by biomass, enabling a greenhouse gas saving of over 90% compared to conventional S-PVC.

After a successful launch and certification of BIOVYN as a world-first from our Rheinberg site in Germany in October 2019, and further certification extensions to cover our Jemeppe site in Belgium in 2020, and our two Nordics sites in Porsgrunn, Norway and Stenungsund, Sweden in 2021, INOVYN now further extends its RSB certification to BIOVYN production at its French site, thereby offering an even wider range of sustainably produced PVC grades.

General enquiries regarding certification

Anyone wishing to find out more information about the status of INOVYN's certification for BIOVYN should contact:

Dr Jason Leadbitter
Sustainability & Corporate Social Responsibility Manager
School Aycliffe Lane
Newton Aycliffe
County Durham DL5 6EA
United Kingdom

INOVYN Grievance Mechanism 

INOVYN has a mechanism in place to deal with complaints and grievances in relation to BIOVYN certification as required under the RSB Advanced Procedure RSB-PRO-65-001.

Any complaints or grievances should be immediately brought to our attention in writing to  INOVYN will ensure that any grievances are acknowledged and dealt with in a timely manner.

About RSB

The Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) is the world’s most trusted, valued and peer-reviewed standard for the sustainable bio-based and circular economy. It is one of the European Commission’s approved voluntary schemes used to show compliance with the EU Renewable Energy Directive’s sustainability criteria. RSB’s is the first standard to develop a credible approach for the use of production waste and residues - including from non-biogenic sources - for fuels and products. The RSB Standard has been developed and approved by its many stakeholders, including social and environmental NGOs, UN agencies, academia and industry, ensuring it is a uniquely practical and credible approach for building a sustainable economy.