|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Target Location||Pan India|
|Document verification Mode||Online|
|Type of Certification||New Certification|
|Type of Industry||For IT and Consulting|
|Type Of Certification||ROHS|
|Type Of Industry||Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment|
|Mode Of Report||Soft Copy|
|Field Of Experience||2 to 3 Years|
ROHS(Restriction of Hazardous Substance) : Since the early 21st Century, electronic waste and chemicals use have become more common, like luminescence of radium or the low melting point of 60/40 lead-tin alloy. But about its harmful effects, no one was aware, how its unnecessary exposure was dangerous to human health as well as the environment. As a result, hundreds of thousands of people have developed health problems such as lung cancer, mesothelioma, and asbestosis. The use of hazardous substances gave birth to the Restriction of Hazardous Substance (RoHS) in February 2003 by European Union.
The RoHS directive took effect on 1 July 2006 and was required to be enforced and become law in each member state. RoHS restricted the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment. Their major motive behind this step is to reduce the use of harmful substances and reduce the environmental effect and health impacts of electronics.
RoHS stands for Restriction of Hazardous Substances, which is also known as the Directive 2002/95/EC. It includes the restrictions for the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment. RoHS is a WEEE (Waste of Electrical and Electronic Equipment).
In India, demand for electronic products is increasing widely, due to which the environment and human health are in danger. Furthermore, rapidly evolving technologies encourage consumers to discard electronic devices quickly, resulting in an alarming increase in the amount of electronic trash. Keeping this in consideration all the harmful effects of electronic waste, The Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF) and the Government of India implemented the Restriction of Hazardous Substance, which in India is known as Electronic waste.EXEMPTED PRODUCTS UNDER ROHS CERTIFICATION
|Type Of Certification||CE CERTIFICATION|
|Type Of Industry||EEA|
|Mode Of Report||Soft Copy|
|Field Of Experience||<1 Year|
Many products require CE marking before they can be sold in the EEA ( EU + Iceland, Lichtenstein and Norway). CE marking proves that your product has been assessed and meets EU safety, health and environmental protection requirements. It is valid for products manufactured both inside and outside the EEA, that are then marketed inside the EEA.
To affix the CE marking to your product, you must put together a technical dossier proving that your product fulfils all the EU-wide requirements. As the product’s manufacturer, you bear sole responsibility for declaring conformity with all requirements. Once your product bears the CE marking, you might have to provide your distributors and/or importers with all the supporting documentation concerning CE marking.
The directives often use a series of questions about the nature of your product to classify the level of risk and refer to a chart called “Conformity Assessment Procedures”. The chart includes all of the acceptable options available to a manufacturer to certify their product and affix the CE Marking.ASK A QUESTION..?SUBMITMINIMAL RISK
Options for products with minimal risk include self certification where the manufacturer prepares a Declaration of Conformity and affixes the CE Marking to their own product.MINIMAL RISK
Many directives require products/systems with greater risks to be independently certified; this must be done by a “Notified Body”. This is an organization that has been nominated by a Member Government and has been notified by the European Commission. Notified bodies serve as independent test labs and perform the steps called out by directives. They must have the necessary qualifications to meet the testing requirements set forth in the directives. Notified bodies may be a private sector organization or a government agency. Manufacturers may choose a notified body in any member state of the European Union.