RoHS & WEEE Green Solutions
The legislation came and went on July 1st with no real dramas or fireworks Ė these look likely to come towards the end of the year as the various enforcement agencies across Europe shift from their current educational and supportive role, to one of less tolerant policing.
If you havenít yet achieved full compliance, or are still confused as to what is actually required, donít panic. You certainly arenít alone, and are probably in the majority if the electronics industry press is to be believed. But you must begin to take positive action, which is where we can help.
Whether youíre new to RoHS or simply keeping abreast of the latest developments, the information contained on this web site, and the complimentary services we offer, will guide you towards compliance or assist you in applying the myriad if complex exemptions.
Legislative ProcessA simple web search will unveil a multitude of RoHS and WEEE related information. However, much of what may be uncovered is either unnecessary or fragmented, as both Directives must be read in conjunction with related Commission Decisions.
The following links present only what you need to know, with supportive guidance where appropriate.
All of the above documents constitute the WEEE legislation.
All of the above documents constitute the RoHS legislation.
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