◆EU RoHS directive令2002/95/EC EU RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
◆July 1, 2006 formally implemented
◆The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union issued 2011/65/EU in June 8, 2011 to rewrite instructions on limiting the use of certain hazardous substances in electronic and electrical equipment, i.e., RoHS2.0.
◆Effective date: July 21, 2011. EU country should be within 18 months, in January 2, 2013 before the completion of transformation of national law, then 2002/95/EC (RoHS1.0) and all of its revision instruction abolished.
◆In June 4, 2015 the EU announced (EU) 2015/863 instruction, will be adjacent benzene two formic acid two (2- ethylhexyl) ester (DEHP), dibutyl phthalate (DBP), butyl benzyl phthalate two formic acid (BBP) and two formic acid isobutyl phthalate two (DIBP) included in the RoHS2.0 annex II restricted substances list. So far, 10 the material has reached RoHS 2 Appendix II restriction list. Electrical and electronic equipment during the transition period to July 22, 2019, medical equipment and monitoring equipment of the transition period to July 22, 2021. For belonging to the electronic
The other kind of toy products, DEHP, BBP, DBP content is required in accordance with REACH regulations in Appendix VII X control requirements.
Scope of application
1, suitable for the launch of the EU market, Annex 1 list of 11 categories of electrical and electronic products and related components, materials and other 11 categories of products include: large household appliances and small household appliances; IT; communication equipment; consumer equipment; lighting equipment; electric tools; toys, leisure and sports equipment; medical equipment; video control equipment, including industrial monitoring and control equipment; vending machine; not covered in the above categories all other electrical and electronic equipment. But does not apply to Article 2 (4) listed in the product or equipment.
2, the implementation of this Directive shall not contravene the European Union's legislation on safety and health requirements and legislation on chemicals, in particular (EC) 1907/2006 regulations, and the European Union's special legislation on waste management