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RoHS Compliance Program

Through the collection of Full Materials Disclosures (FMD’s) or nearly any product information your suppliers can provide, our platform consolidates and validates the data to provide you everything you need for easy RoHS reporting.
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Get the RoHS Data You Need

The RoHS regulation requires all parties of the supply chain to do their part to ensure compliance. Members of the supply chain must test product information, pass on critical product documentation, and analyze complex product data. Our RoHS solution gives your suppliers the flexibility to provide a large variety of chemical documents. This hybrid approach minimizes the burden of reporting on your suppliers, which eases supply chain communication and allows you to get accurate data in a timely manner.

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Use a Variety of Documents to Extract Data
Compile Company Level and Product Level Data
Consolidate Data into Reports for Easy Compliance

Who is in the Scope of RoHS?

RoHS (RoHS 3) is a European Union (EU) directive that restricts the use of 10 specific hazardous substances found in electrical and electronic products. Specifically, the directive mandates that electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) placed on the European market cannot exceed the following thresholds for the restricted substances. Due to the language within the regulation, many companies outside the electronics industry think they’re out of scope, but this is not the case. The RoHS regulation covers products, and is not unique to one industry.
China RoHS Labeling Compliance
China RoHS, officially known as the Administrative Measure on the Control of Pollution Caused by Electronic Information Products (ACPEIP), is a Chinese regulation aimed to control certain hazardous substances. It restricts the same initial 6 substances as EU RoHS and also covers Electrical and Electronic Products. The China RoHS environment friendly use period (EFUP) is the amount of time that will pass before any of the China RoHS restricted substances are likely to leak out and cause damage to human health or the environment. The EFUP is indicated by a logo which contains the number of EFUP years (“e” if no hazardous substances are contained) enclosed by a circular arrow. Companies must ensure that all items imported to China include the proper China RoHS logos that are required for the restriction of the use of hazardous substances for electrical and electronic products.
Equip Yourself with the Data You Need to be RoHS Compliant
Our mission is to bring transparency and visibility to the supply chains of companies around the world. Through our 24/7, multilingual supplier engagement team and technology-driven platform, you gain access to all the information needed to obtain a RoHS Certificate of Compliance.
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Want To Learn More? Check Out Our Resources On RoHS.

RoHS Regulation Overview
An Overview Of RoHS 2
Ask the Experts: 5 Common Questions About RoHS 3 (EU 2015/863)