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Legislation to Implementation: ESPR and Digital Product Passports


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In this podcast, Debbie Shakespeare, senior director, sustainability and compliance at Avery Dennison explains how fashion companies can become ESPR compliant, outlining the main requirements of the Eco Design for Sustainable Products Regulation (ESPR) and its timelines, starting with the latest developments, and offers practical tips to help companies get started today.

Debbie discusses the significance of this new law, promoting sustainability by reducing the environmental impact of products throughout their lifecycle. She highlights the broader benefits for fashion and other industries, including improved supply chain efficiency, reduced textile waste, and enhanced brand protection through Digital Product Passports (DPPs) and data transparency. These measures support the EU’s goal of becoming climate-neutral by 2050 and foster a circular economy.