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Register for our upcoming webinar on 18 April:

 



“Lunch with APRA Europe: The DPP Digital Product Passport (members-only)”



Speaker: Prof. Marcello Colledani (Politecnico di Milano)



On the 30th of March 2022 the European Commission has launched a wide-scope Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation (ESPR), titled “Proposal for a Regulation establishing a framework for setting ecodesign requirements for sustainable products and repealing Directive 2009/125/EC” [Brussels, 30.3.2022, COM(2022) 142 final, 2022/0095 (COD)].



According to Page 9 of the ESPR document: “The proposal also includes the creation of a Digital Product Passport to electronically register, process and share productrelated information amongst supply chain businesses, authorities and consumers.



This is expected to increase transparency, both for supply chain businesses and for the general public, and increase efficiencies in terms of information transfer.



In particular, it is likely to help facilitate and streamline the monitoring and enforcement of the regulation carried out by EU and Member State authorities.



It is also likely to provide a marketintelligence


tool that may be used for revising and refining obligations in the future.



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