Digital Product Passport
CIRPASS is preparing the ground for the gradual piloting and deployment of the Digital Product Passports, focusing on developing a roadmap for prototypes in three value chains: electronics, batteries and textiles.
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Funded by the European Commission under the Digital Europe Programme, CIRPASS is a collaborative initiative to prepare the ground for the gradual piloting and deployment of a standards-based Digital Product Passport (DPP) aligned with the requirements of the Proposal for Ecodesign for Sustainable Product Regulations (ESPR), with an initial focus on the electronics, batteries, and textile sectors.
The project consortium is composed of 31 partners representing thousands of industrial,research, digital, international, standards, organisations across Europe and beyond. The 18-month project will respond to the European Commission’s call on creating a clear concept for the DPP, defining a cross-sectoral product data model and DPP system with demonstrated benefits for the circular economy as well as developing roadmaps for its deployment.
CIRPASS Main Objectives
Among several impacts the project will create, its core objectives are to:
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State of play and possible future developments of theDigital Product Passport (DPP) A CIRPASS event in collaboration with the Product Information 4.0 and BatteryPass projects . Online event, 5 March 2024,
The CIRPASS consortium partners gathered on January 30 and 31st in the city of Wuppertal, Germany, at the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy. The two-day meeting had the
CIRPASS Representatives met with European Commission and Global Electronics Council to discuss Electronics Sustainability at Brussels Q&A Session
Representatives from the CIRPASS consortium participated in a Q&A session with the European Commission and the Global Electronics Council (GEC) on May 2 in Brussels. The session included Ilias Iakovidis,
The European Commission seeks views on which product categories to address first. The preliminary proposed list of 20 products includes: End-use products: Textiles and Footwear; Furniture; Ceramic Products; Tires; Detergents;
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