We identify the industry use cases and product applications with the highest potential for Digital Product Passport (DPP) implementation, fostering a strategic innovation alliance to drive adoption.

Digitalization is Key to a Circular Economy

Organizations need to establish DPP-ready solutions to comply and compete. ​

As the circular economy gains momentum, digital product passports (DPPs) are rapidly emerging as transformative tools.

Driven by the European Commission’s implementation plans in 2026, companies will soon be required to ensure the existence and completeness of product passports with all mandatory, verifiable, and authentic data.

Improving Waste Management and Energy Efficiency

The European Commission (EC) plans to introduce a Digital Product Passport (DPP) for all products offered on the EU market. The upcoming Ecodesign for Sustainable Products regulation (ESPR) is a direct call for DPP solutions. 

Companies are soon mandated to provide and share accurate data of where the products came from and where they are going to all actors involved in the product systems. 

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A product’s entire lifecycle data for transparency and circularity

The Digital Product Passport (DPP) is a product-specific data set that provides information about the product’s entire lifecycle: origin, material composition, components’ recyclability, and disassembly and repairability. DPP can also integrate data on GHG emissions, certificates, and other criteria relevant to customers, investors, or stakeholders.​

This digital record empowers both consumers and manufacturers. Consumers gain the transparency to make informed choices, while manufacturers can optimize production processes for greater sustainability, propelling the EU towards a circular future.

Enabling Future-Forward  Innovation and Value Creation

  • Reliable data registration and reporting for regulatory compliance (e.g., CSRD)​
  • Accurate product tracking and recycling assessment​
  • Expanding the existing customer engagement​
  • Achieving circularity through upstream and downstream innovation​
  • Saving cost through improved agility and efficiency and better resource management

Challenges with Implementing the DPP

Fragmented Views and Misalignment​

Navigating the complexities of DPPs can be challenging due to the lack of a unified understanding. Different sources often present limited or skewed perspectives which can be misleading and hinder widespread adoption. 

Defining Viable Use Cases and Applications​

Identifying and establishing the most valuable use cases and applications for Digital Product Passports (DPPs) across the entire value chain remains a major challenge for stakeholders.

Standardization through

Achieving standardization for DPP requires significant collaboration between stakeholders and the development of a strong partner network.

Defining the Viable Use Cases for Value Chain Stakeholders

By leveraging strategic alliances and fostering collaborative innovation, organizations can achieve end-to-end traceability and unlock the full potential of digitalization through DPP implementation.

We identify high-potential industry use cases and product applications, driving adoption through partner networks.

Producers & Retailers

• Monitor supply chain and optimize products

• Improve logistics management

Purchasing & Procurement

• Track and manage inventory more accurately

• Streamline sales process and predict demands


• Improve purchase decisions and consumption

• Contribute to extending the product’s lifetime


• Enhance recycling processes and avoid downgrading

• Gain accurate data about components’ history


• Monitor the regulatory compliance

• Improve national statistics on plastic waste


• Collect more trustworthy data efficiently

• Create a better overview of product certification

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