The Significance Of RoHS Implementation
RoHS directive makes sense in cooperating with WEEE directives to promote environmental conservation and energy saving.
WEEE is the English abbreviation of the Waste Electrical and electronic Equipment. The directive was proposed by the European Parliament and the Council, and the EU Member States began enforcement on August 13, 2005. Its main purpose is to prevent the production of waste, and secondly to facilitate the recycling of waste, reuse, remanufacturing, reduce waste of resources.
The directive covers almost all of the following 10 types of electrical and electronic equipment. The directive is intended to enable manufacturing suppliers to bear the financial responsibility for the recovery and reuse of their respective electronic and electrical equipment. Manufacturers, brands (including retailers that sell their own branded products), importers and exporters must meet the EU's new requirements for electronic and electrical equipment. From August 13, 2005 the EU countries to WEEE and its extension Directive 2003 108 announced the implementation.
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