Restriction of Hazardous Substances
In the United Kingdom, many types of electrical and electronic equipment are regulated to control the levels of certain hazardous substances and chemicals they contain, with the aim of protecting human and animal health.
Manufacturers placing electrical and electronic equipment on the market in the UK must evaluate their production controls to ensure that their products do not exceed the maximum prescribed levels of certain hazardous substances including lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, and certain halide-containing flame retardants.
The RoHS Regulation sets out some of the essential requirements which must be met before an electrical product can be placed on the market within the United Kingdom.
Clere is committed to continued compliance with the RoHS Regulation.
We work closely with our suppliers to ensure they understand the regulation and share our commitment to it. We shall continue to ensure that all products we supply are compliant with the RoHS Regulation.