The electronic Materials Passports developed in BAMB aim to be a one stop shop for material information.
300 MATERIALS PASSPORTS WITHIN THE PROJECT
Standardization and existing tools
Transparency and secrecy
Two topics of high importance for the development of Materials Passports are those of transparency and secrecy. Information stored for Materials Passports should have a purpose. That means that is should be accessible by those parties capable of connecting it to an action. Having information stored which cannot be accessed due to secrecy is not beneficial for this.
Having information stored which cannot be accessed due to secrecy is not beneficial for this.
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Get involved in the BAMB project by joining the Stakeholder Network.
Who can join? Participation in the Stakeholder Network is open to all stakeholders in the building and construction industry, interested in exchanging ideas and knowledge and discussing the information and data needs necessary to enhance the European knowledge base.