Circular credentials: digital product passports in construction

21st July 2022


Aoife O’Donnell and Ellie Walshe explain how digital product passports could help to enable a circular economy in the construction industry

To reach net zero by 2050, society needs to move away from its current linear ‘take-make-waste’ economic model and towards a more circular economy. The construction industry – including material extra

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