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What are Digital Product Passports (DPPs) and why is collaboration required to introduce DPPs?

! This is a past episode of the Go Circular Talks


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Digital Product Passports (DPP) aim to gather data on a product and share it across entire value chains so all actors, including consumers and regulators, understand the materials, products, and the embodied environmental impact throughout the whole lifecycle.

As Digital Product Passport regulations are taking shape and the actual implementation is approaching, stakeholders have one big concern in mind:

  • How will I implement a Digital Product Passport?
  • What data will I have to share?
  • How will I collaborate on Digital Product Passports with other key stakeholders?

Join Circularise founder Mesbah Sabur to learn more about what Digital Product Passports are, what role they can play in bringing the idea of the circular economy into reality, and how they can be implemented within the end-to-end supply chain.

Circularise is developing tools to support companies in their efforts to be ready for Digital Product Passport regulations and innovative collaborations.