EU approach to the Digital Product Passport of the construction industry

A Spanish-Norwegian Consortium supported by a large group of industry stakeholders will conduct a feasibility study on an EU database defined in the future Regulation for construction products. The objective is to define a system for a digital product passport considering the need of digital information from regulators, manufacturers and other actors in the construction value chain.

The consortium of Cobuilder, TECNALIA and UNE won a tender which should deliver a technical assessment for different solutions of an EU database or system for construction products to the European Commission. This system is envisioned in the revision to the Construction Products Regulation (CPR), currently under development.

The expected changes will have both a practical and legal impact for the…

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