Complying with RoHS
If you’re a manufacturer that needs to comply with global environmental regulations such as the EU RoHS directive, now known as RoHS-2 or RoHS Recast, GreenSoft is here to collect compliance data on parts and assemblies from your supply chain for you. We focus on cost-savings and high-quality data.
The key to RoHS compliance is having complete, accurate, and current data on all components within your affected products. Collecting and verifying this data for the continually changing green compliance requirements is laborious and time-consuming. And suppliers in your supply chain can be unresponsive or hard to communicate with during data collection.
GreenSoft Data Services for RoHS Compliance
- We’ll provide 100% coverage on data collection for compliance regulations so that you can show due diligence while still focusing on your core competencies.
- We validate your data for completeness and accuracy using our stringent quality system that combines automated checks and manual review to ensure data quality of 99.9%.
- We cut down on data collection time by using our extensive GreenSoft Component Database containing continually updated parts data.
- For parts that are not in our database, our Data Collection Team will personally contact each of your suppliers as many times as it takes to obtain the requested data.
- For suppliers that fail to provide the necessary data, we will assess component compliance through analyzing material descriptions on drawing files, or recommending replacement suppliers, or Lab Testing for last resort.
- We deliver the component compliance data to you in any format you need including Excel, IPC-1752, IPC-1752A and IEC 62474 formats.
RoHS Recast and CE Mark
- RoHS-2: The RoHS Recast (RoHS-2) applies to the original 8 categories of the RoHS Directive and has added medical devices since July 2014. RoHS-2 will soon add in-vitro medical devices (July 2016) and industrial monitoring and control (July 2017). Be prepared.
- Incorporates new CE marking per EN 50581:2012 requirements, which includes keeping technical documentation for 10 years, updated annually.
- RoHS-3: In 2015, four substances were added to the restricted substances list under Annex II of RoHS-2, taking effect in 2019 or 2021 depending on the type of equipment. The RoHS-2 regulation with the four new substances is sometimes referred to within the compliance industry as “RoHS-3,” although it is still officially considered the RoHS-2 regulation by the European Commission.
Get started today with a Free Risk Analysis!
Compliance is a moving target, but we make it easy. Let us take the hassle out of RoHS compliance so you can focus on your core competencies. The first step is analyzing your parts list or Bill of Materials (BOM). Fill out your information today to and we’ll provide you with a FREE Risk Analysis/BOM Scrub!