Study to assess 2 RoHS new exemption requests
#1 for lead in bearings and bushes of professional-use non-road equipment engines; #2 for lead in solders used to construct and connect to Peltier thermal cyclers used for in-vitro diagnostic analysers that use polymerase chain reaction (Pack 11) - Study
Under Framework Contract no. ENV.A.2/FRA/2015/0008, a consortium led by Oeko-Institut was requested by DG Environment of the European Commission to provide technical and scientific support for the evaluation of exemption requests under the new RoHS 2 regime. The work has been undertaken by the Oeko-Institut and Fraunhofer Institute IZM, and has been peer reviewed by the two institutes.
- Corporate author(s): Directorate-General for Environment (European Commission) , Fraunhofer-Institut for Reliability and Microintegration (IZM) , Institute for Applied Ecology , Oeko-Institut e.V Themes: Environment policy and protection of the environment , Electronics, electrical engineering
- Subject: EC conformity marking , electrical engineering , electronic waste , electronics industry , engine , hazardous waste , health risk , market supervision , marketing standard , waste recycling