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The Digital Product Passport
Your key to the circular economy

The circular economy is the future. This reality goes beyond climate change. Materials are scarce, customers demand sustainability and legislation requires more and more transparency about impact. But where to start? Capture your product data in digital product passports. Unlock the potential of your materials, gain insight into the circular supply chain and calculate impact data automatically. All of which in Cirmar's digital environment.

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Capture the circular supply chain in passports.

From design to next use: everything comes together in the digital product passport. Communicate with your customers and others in the material supply cycle.

The numbers tell the story: show the world that you are ready for the future.

What we do

Preserve quality and value of materials.

Reduce emissions, make a positive impact and leave the world a better place for future generations. There is no shortage of ambitions, but you need tech tools to make them happen. C_passport® is the travel document of your products and materials. Where do they come from? What are they made of? And what is their next destination?

C_dashboard® helps you show your customers why they choose your products. With impact data, automatically calculated.

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Working with international standards.

How can you be sure that you are working with accurate data within Cirmar? The integrated data and models within Cirmar support international standards such as ISO 14000, EN 15804, ISO 21930 and the goals of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Additionally, all impact figures our systems calculate with have been validated by international knowledge institutes. This is how we ensure that you can communicate your circular impact as accurately as possible.

Together we can create a circular world.

  • Julie van den Boorn – Pōur

    Owner and Head of Design and Development

    A transition to circular is not only established by tackling the most complex products and systems but can also be shaped and supported by changing the way we use everyday necessities. For me, coming from a design-based view, these necessities must be practical and aesthetically pleasing. With Pōur I’m trying to create sustainable bags that are made to last and to be recycled or re-used. The quality of materials is essential, and Cirmar helps me to share my product compositions as well as my impact with a materials passport.

  • Eric Petersen – Renewaball

    Director

    The special materials of the first circular tennis ball remain in a cycle, thanks to smart design choices, return logistics, recycling solutions and the use of C_passport®. By this, we as Renewaball, make our product and concept circular and contribute to achieving the SDGs.

  • Gerard Pruijn – RBM-Retail

    Head of Sales & Marketing

    As forerunner in the circulair retail sector, RBM-Retail was looking for an all-in-one digital solution for complex retail and product compositions. Cirmar provides us with the tools we need in our transition to circular building and renovation and allows us to inventorize materials and at the same time communicate impact, using an innovative but straightforward application.

  • Iris van Wanrooij – EMMA Safety Footwear

    Program Manager Corporate Social Responsibility

    With C_passport® we have full insight in our (circular) products, from composition to next use. With C-dashboard® we plan and monitor our journey towards circularity, but it also helps us to support our customers and other stakeholders in achieving their sustainability and/or circularity objectives.

  • Birgitte Engelen – Alpheios

    Proposition Manager Marketing & Innovation

    Within the framework of our Project Planet, Alpheios continuously works towards sustainable and circular products and concepts. By using Cirmar we identify and specify our products, the packaging and its impact. Consequently, we are able to plan, monitor, report and communicate progress in our journey as well as our contribution to the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.