Study to assess 2 RoHS new exemption requests
#1 for cadmium in video cameras designed for use in environments exposed to ionising radiation, #2 for lead and cadmium in PVC profiles of electric windows and doors : final report - Study
BiPRO GmbH has been assigned with providing technical and scientific support for the evaluation of two exemption requests under the RoHS 2 Directive, as a Service Request under the Framework Contract "Assistance to the Commission on technical, socio-economic and cost-benefit assessments related to the implementation and further development of EU waste legislation” (ENV.A.2/FRA/2015/0008). On 21 July 2011, RoHS 2 Directive 2011/65/EU entered into force, replacing and repealing Directive 2002/95/EC. The main instrument of the Directive is to restrict certain hazardous substances in... electrical and electronic equipment with a view to contribute to the protection of human health and the environment as well as to the environmentally sound recovery and disposal of WEEE.
- Corporate author(s): Directorate-General for Environment (European Commission)
- Other authors: BIPRO
- Subject: chemical product , dangerous substance , electrical engineering , electrical equipment , electronic equipment , electronics industry , environmental risk prevention , health risk , marketing standard , waste recycling