Have a detailed record of your product's origin, material composition, LCA data and environmental data whenever you need it. Avoid potential fines and penalties by backing your sustainability efforts with trusted data.
Get access to primary data of every tier of your supply chain. Increase your customers' trust with reliable insights backed by audits and certifications traced on blockchain.
Today, companies rely heavily on averaged secondary data to perform Life Cycle and Product Carbon Footprint calculations, leading to inaccurate sustainability claims. The Circularise platform allows you to efficiently collect primary data across the supply chain to understand the true impact of your operation.
Each actor in the supply chain adds information relevant to their product and operations impact.
Auditors provide proof of compliance with standards, regulations, and certification schemes.
The digital product passports move with the physical material through the supply chain, being updated at each step.
A complete set of product information is compiled, providing accurate insight into your products' environmental impact based on validated data.
We bring together everything that's required to build transparent and sustainable supply chains. Circularise's products are designed with data privacy at the core for suppliers, manufacturers, OEMs, brands, recyclers and everyone in between. We help companies to gain visibility in their supply chains backed by trustworthy data.
Be in full control of which data you want to share to comply with customer and regulatory requirements while keeping sensitive information private. With Circularise, you can be confident in the security of your data.
Use our API to integrate digital product passports with your organisation’s ERP (e.g. SAP). Setup a scalable system from day one.
Embrace an open and interoperable approach to build scalable digital product passports from day one. Team up with Circularise to eliminate data silos, seamlessly linking data across complex supply chains.
Secondary data for Life Cycle Assessments leads to inaccurate sustainability claims. The Circularise platform allows you to collect primary data beyond tier 1 suppliers for accurate LCA calculations.
Environmental, social, and due diligence requirements are mounting, but achieving this is impossible with an opaque supply chain. The scale and complexity of automotive supply chains creates a sizeable challenge, and data privacy requirements makes data collection a delicate matter.
Porsche was able to gather more information directly from their suppliers for a variety of different parts while alleviating privacy concerns using our selective data sharing technology. This allowed Porsche to better understand where parts come from, what's their environmental impact, and how to most efficiently process end-of-life vehicles.
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How does Circularise enable the circular economy?
Circular economy requires an unprecedented level of collaboration, trust, and transparency among all industry players. Without information on a products chain of custody, composition, and reparability, circularity cannot be achieved.
Digital product passports sharing information with members of the value chain is a key enabler for companies to move away from linear to circular material flows.
How is Circularise different from other supply chain traceability solutions?
While other solutions have to compromise trust in the system for privacy protection or vice versa, we believe traceability should not come at the cost of reduced privacy and confidentiality nor should it appoint a central authority. That is why we developed our selective data sharing technology for creating verified statements on public blockchains without revealing any underlying sensitive data.
We believe in creating an accurate indication of the history and composition of materials. Most companies try to achieve traceability retrospectively by sending questionnaires up the supply chain or use averaged estimates of environmental impact, but this is unreliable and inaccurate. Which is why we aim to collect primary data from each major player in the supply chain which is preserved in the digital product passport, backed up by third party audits to paint and accurate picture of product information.
How do you make sure data entered into your system is correct?
New data that enters our system is accompanied with attestation from trusted third parties, such as certification bodies. Trusted third parties can even audit and attest to digital assets on the blockchain directly.
What makes a public blockchain suitable to support an open DPP infrastructure?
A blockchain is used to verify that data is correct. In other words, the data stated in a DPP has complied with certain conditions, no double spending, not adjusted, audited, etc.
If a private system (cloud or blockchain) is used, you can only verify data if you have access to the blockchain. You must also trust all of the nodes or central party that keep the blockchain running, or you are allowed to run a node yourself and can verify new blocks. This is often not the case, and is also very impractical in a situation where DPPs are communicated globally similar to email.
Should each DPP provider work with competitors and try to interface with all of the different private blockchains? Blindly trusting each other's data without access to someone else's private blockchain.
Public blockchains make all of this extremely easy, as anyone can verify the correctness of data, with no access rights required. Exactly what you would expect in an open infrastructure.
What information is stored on chain?
The only information displayed on the public blockchain are timestamped commitments to transactions. That's it, a small fingerprint of one or more transactions, in order, where the inclusion of that fingerprint is reliably timestamped by the blockchain.