How Can My Business Prove the Chemicals in Its Products Do Not Pose a Substantial Risk of Harm?
If your product contains a chemical listed in the Prop 65 chemical list, and if that chemical is above the safe harbor levels, you still may not need to comply with Prop 65's labeling requirements if you can prove that the chemical concentration does ...
What Is the Difference Between the ELV and RoHS?
ELV is narrower than RoHS in Scope. RoHS applies to all electric and electronic equipment, regardless of industry. Meanwhile, ELV applies only to electrical cables, wiring, and related components, and only insofar as they are used in transportation ...
What is the Swiss Chemical Risk Reduction Ordinance (ORRChem)?
The Swiss Chemical Risk Reduction Ordinance (ORRChem) stands for the Ordinance on the Reduction of Risks relating to the Use of Certain Particularly Dangerous Substances, Preparations and Articles which entered into force since 2005. The ORRChem ...
European Economic Area (EEA)
The EEA is the European common market. It consists of all European Union countries plus Iceland and Norway. The full list of countries that are part of the EEA is below: Austria Belgium Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia ...
Meaning of “placed into” under RoHS
MEANING OF “PLACED INTO” UNDER ROHS: RoHS applies to you if you are part of the supply chain of a product containing electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) & if that product is "placed into" the European Economic Area (EEA). If your product is ...