Really Green Credentials

Really Green Credentials (RGC) is one of the leading UK and EU authorities on producer environmental compliance, specialising in verification and compliance of environmental management systems and international standards and in auditing waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) treatment operators, and material routes. We assist businesses in attaining compliance or certification to a range of environmental standards; facilitate recycling, re-use and refurbishment routes of used or waste electrical and electronic appliances; and are certified and approved to conduct audits for a range of UK, European and global standards.

With over 20 years’ experience in local government, environmental and planning law, the producer compliance and the waste, recycling and logistics industry, our consultants and qualified auditors are acknowledged experts.

The company has spearheaded standard development in the EU and maintains robust, productive working relationships with WEEE and re-use stakeholders across the EU ranging from governments, environment agencies, local authorities, and producer compliance schemes to blue chip producers, recycling facilities and technology providers. We also participate regularly with UK and European electronics recycling associations, the EU WEEE Forum, the WEEELABEX Organisation and International Electrotechnical Committee of CENELEC and the National Joint Committee on Standards in the USA.

WEEE Treatment and Collection Site Audits

Currently the team work for clients who want to hold certification to EN 50625 via the WEEELABEX Organisation and other certification bodies, and also independent operators seeking self-certification or to provide bespoke reports for clients (i.e. for USA based customers).


Prior to setting up her own consultancy in January 2008, Julie-Ann Adams, the Managing Director of Really Green Credentials, set up and then co-owned M Baker Recycling [a specialist electronics recycling/treatment facility] in St Helens, Merseyside, from its inception in 2000 to January 2008.