Teresa speaking for Circularise at 00.46.00 for 5 min, and then 01:30:00
Digital product passports are set to fill the information gap preventing us from achieving a circular economy. The proposed Ecodesign Regulation, Construction Products Regulation, and the EU Strategy for Sustainable and Circular Textiles all mention digital product passports as a means to achieve the circular transition. But sharing key product information presents data security and privacy risks. In this video from the IMCO public hearing on digital product passports, Teresa Oberhauser from Circularise explains how a decentralised approach can be used to tackle data integrity and reliability challenges.