Environmental guidance for your business in Northern Ireland & Scotland
If you manufacture, import or distribute (including retailers) , on the EU market, goods covered by the RoHS Regulations you must ensure they do not contain more than a maximum permitted level of the following hazardous substances:
This maximum concentration is:
The RoHS Regulations 2012 set different obligations on:
If you have more than one of these roles, you will have the corresponding duties from each of those. You, must be able to prove that you are complying with the regulations
The National Measurement Office (NMO) has produced guidance for UK businesses that provides detail on the obligations for each of the cases.
National Measurement Office - Guidance to RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU
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