Materials Passports Platform prototype for materials banking now live!

Gepubliceerd op 27 September 2017 | 17:21 uur door Hein van Tuijl

A powerful new tool for materials banking across Europe, the Materials Passports Platform prototype, is live as of now and is accessible through The platform is one of the key outputs of the €10 million Horizon 2020 project ´Buildings As Material Banks´.

One Stop Shop The new BAMB Materials Passports platform will fill a gap in the marketplace by providing a ‘one-stop-shop’ to describe Circular Economy value across the building cycle, especially for using and re-using components and materials, and reducing generation of waste.
A main aim is to support transition of the building industry from linear to circular by letting users identify value potential throughout the building cycle, from planning and construction through occupancy, repairs, renovations, repurposing and decommissioning, and by providing a continuous capacity to track component and materials quality & modifications.
The platform also connects individual products to their use in buildings. As part of that it includes a capacity to describe materials health. A large body of studies suggests that healthier buildings improve productivity and are one of the main economic benefits of knowing what’s in your building.
The Materials Passports Platform, currently a prototype forming the core of a materials passport system, is ready for testing by industry partners!
The members of the BAMB consortium invite companies that manufacture building materials and products, to use the platform to start developing Materials Passports.
Contact to set up your Materials Passport Platform account and get online guidance by BAMB members.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 642384.