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Product Carbon Footprint reporting is coming in IMDS – join us at this year’s conference to learn more! This is the single most fundamental change that IMDS has seen in many years.

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Have you heard that Product Carbon Footprint (PCF) reporting at the part and material level is being added to the next version of IMDS? As the IMDS Steering Committee works with Catena-X to develop the rulebook on these new reporting requirements, this year’s Hybrid IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference is more critical than ever.

Along with PCF-specific content – e.g., why PCF tracking is so important, and the specifics of its inclusion in IMDS – our 2023 event will explore a wide range of issues, including REACH, ELV, and ECHA updates, CLEPA & JAPIA activities, EV batteries, Responsible materials/Sourcing, and much more.

Check out additional agenda highlights below, or click here to head straight to the AIAG Store and secure your in-person or virtual spot today! 

Auto Industry Hot Topics: Current Priorities and Emerging Issues: Featuring the Alliance for Automotive Innovations’ Catherine Palin, this session will explore the major chemical regulatory and legislative issues so far this year, and those that are poised to expand over the next several months.

Digital Product Passport to Life Cycle Assessment/Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation and the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive: Led by Bing Xu (iPoint-systems Gmbh) and Michael Wurzman (RSJ Technical Consulting) this presentation will focus on the Digital Product Passport to life cycle assessment, Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation (ESPR) and the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive, what the drivers are, and how they are all connected.

Evolution of IMDS to Collect Recycled and Bio-Based Content of Materials: DXC Technology’s Roland Seibert will discuss the evolution of IMDS from enhancement proposal to IMDS Rel. 14 implementation, and IMDS 025 Recommendation with a retrospective to earlier implementations.

Register today!



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