Press release by SoftGroup

SoftGroup, GS1 Bulgaria and Bulgarian Institute for Standardization with a joint information session on the topic “Digital Product Passport”

 

SoftGroup, BDS, and GS1 Bulgaria are organizing a joint information session on the topic “Digital Product Passport”

 

 

 

 

 

SoftGroup is delighted to invite you to the information session on the topic “Digital Product Passport”, organized by Bulgarian Institute for Standardization, GS1 Bulgaria and SoftGroup. The event will take place online on 30 May at 11:00 AM (EЕT).

 

digital product passport (dpp)

 

The event will cover the following topics:

 

  • Key principles of the Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation (ESPR), introducing the requirement for Digital Product Passport (DPP);
  • Product categories concerned with the implementation of DPP;
  • Timeframes and deadlines for implementation;
  • Role of standards in the formation of digital passports of products;
  • Technological challenges and digital transformation;
  • Key insights on how to be prepared.

 

 

 

The information will be presented by:

 

 

 

 

How to attend

 

Participation in the information session is free. Working language – Bulgarian.

 

Those wishing to participate must register and will receive an access link and password >> Registration Here

 


 

About the topic

 

The Digital Product Passport (DPP) is the new big challenge that will have to be faced by all actors from suppliers of raw materials and components, manufacturers and recyclers of products.

 

The purpose of the DPP is to provide information on the environmental sustainability of products. It should help consumers and businesses make informed choices when purchasing goods, facilitate repairs and recycling, and improve transparency about the life-cycle impact of products on the environment.

 

The DPP will apply to any physical good that is placed on the EU market, regardless of where it is produced. Over 30 product categories are covered by the requirement. These categories include but are not limited to batteries, textiles and apparel, furniture, electronics, building materials, toys, metals and aluminum, chemicals, and more.