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This Privacy Policy describes how we collect, use, and disclose information.
This Privacy Policy describes how we collect, use, and disclose information.

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Digital product passports will soon be here and are here to stay! The European Union's sustainability initiative is part of a broader movement toward circularity and transparency in the supply chain. The product passport aims to increase traceability and facilitate a circular economy by making environmental sustainability data available for products throughout their life cycle. This means that it's not just EU-based companies that need to comply - any brand or manufacturer doing business in the European Union will need to implement a digital product passport.
There are several things that companies can do right now to prepare themselves. To help you understand what you can do today, we have created three different guides based on the roles and departments within your organization that will be affected by the initiative.

Guides for Your Organization

Are you also struggling to understand how digital product passports will affect your organization? You are not alone. Now you
Get an overview of the timeline of Digital Product Passport.

Get Started With DPP

To get you started, we have prepared some helpful resources to help you better understand what the Digital Product Passport is, what you need to do to be compliant, and how it affects your organization.

Product Owner Guide to DPP
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Strategic Guide to DPP
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Sustainability Manager Guide to DPP
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