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EUDR Compliance

AI-powered compliance solution for the EU deforestation regulation (EUDR)

Target groups

  • Retailers and wholesale
  • Suppliers
  • Traders
  • Market participants

AI-powered compliance solution for the EU deforestation regulation (EUDR)

The European Union’s Deforestation Regulation (EUDR) aims to prevent the EU from contributing to deforestation and forest degradation around the world. It does so by prohibiting the EU import and export of certain commodities and products that are not deforestation-free, such as palm oil, cattle, soy, coffee, cocoa, timber and rubber. Companies are required to conduct due diligence to verify that they comply with the deforestation-free criteria and the relevant legislation of the country of production, including on human rights and the rights of indigenous peoples. EUDR entered into force on 29 June 2023 and will apply from 18 months after its publication in the Official Journal of the EU.

EUDR non-compliance can result in temporary exclusion from public procurement processes and public funding, confiscation of the products or confiscation of the revenues gained from the items, financial penalties of up to 4% of revenue and reputation damage.

Xylem's EUDR compliance solution tracks the origin of commodities down to their precise geographical location and obtains proof of the deforestation status from all your suppliers. This process is fully automated, utilizing AI-powered satellite intelligence within a user-friendly platform. EUDR Compliance can be connected via an API to existing systems.


Supplier onboarding

Easily import existing supplier data. Via our web-based systems suppliers can easily update their information and register the parcels from which their commodities are sourced.


Suppliers upload existing GIS data to register their parcels or use our web-based GIS functionality to specify their sourcing parcels.

Product-parcel mapping

Suppliers self-register and assign their products to the parcels from which the commodities were sourced from.

Due diligence

We provide you with up-to-date country risk ratings regarding human rights violations, corruption or environmental protection to complete your due diligence (Art. 9 EUDR).


Receive alerts if our AI-powered satellite image analysis system detects deforestation or degradation.

Risk assessment

Our solution assesses the deforestation risks of your products based on the gathered supplier, satellite, and country risk data (Art. 10 EUDR).

Risk mitigation

If the risk assessment revealed that relevant products are non-compliant our solutions supports you at taking appropriate risk mitigation measures such as requiring additional information, data or documents or requesting  independent surveys or audits (Art. 11 EUDR).

EU Deforestration Regulation (EUDR)

The EU Regulation for Deforestation-Free Products is a new regulation that came into force on June 29, 2023 and aims to prevent the products that EU citizens consume from contributing to deforestation or forest degradation worldwide. It applies to certain products that are made from cattle, cocoa, coffee, oil palm, rubber, soy and wood as well as products derived from these raw materials.

EUDR helps to combat global climate change, protect biodiversity and promote human rights. Deforestation and forest degradation are responsible for about 12% of global greenhouse gas emissions and threaten the livelihoods of millions of people who depend on the forests. The Deforestation Regulation aims to ensure that the EU does its part in addressing these issues and promoting sustainable development.

By imposing requirements on the economic operators who introduce or process deforestation-risk products into the EU market. These operators must be able to demonstrate that their products come from sources that have not caused or contributed to deforestation or forest degradation. To do so, they must set up a system to monitor the traceability of their supply chains and regularly report on their activities. The EUDR also provides sanctions for operators who violate the regulation.

To comply with the EUDR, you need to take some steps as an economic operator, such as:

  • Register with a national authority.
  • Verify and document the origin of your products.
  • Conduct a risk assessment procedure and take risk mitigation measures.
  • Set up and maintain a monitoring and reporting system.
  • Submit to external verification and audits.

These steps can be complex and time-consuming, but luckily there is a solution that can help you: Our EUDR Compliance Solution!

Our EUDR Compliance Solution is a cloud-based software-as-a-service application that helps you meet all the requirements of the EUDR easily and efficiently. With our solution, you can:

  • Easily onboard your suppliers
  • Let your suppliers self-register their parcels
  • Assess and minimize your risks
  • Generate and store your reports
  • Prove and verify your compliance

Our EUDR Compliance Solution is user-friendly, cost-effective and secure. You can use it anytime, from anywhere, and do not need to install any additional hardware or software. Simply sign up on our website and get started.

Get in touch

Contact our EUDR team