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Monday, June 14, 2010

Directives requiring CE Marking

1Doubts over RoHS Substances
The benefits of restricting further hazardous chemicals under the RoHS Directive has been questioned in an impact assessment published by the European Parliament. For example the report suggests that the costs of banning the phthalates DEHP, BBP and DBP, used as plasticisers in PVC “far outweigh th...
20 May 2010
2Complying with the EuP Directive - Conformity Assessment Procedures
The EuP Directive has a requirement for CE marking of compliant products. As in the New Approach Directives, establishing compliance involves conformi...
As the EuP directive is a CE marking directive then it follows the New Approach in terms of the way compliance is assessed and certified. Conformity assessment procedures must be defined in the implementing regulations chosen from among the modules specified in Council Decision 92/465/EEC of 22nd J...
18 May 2010
3The EuP and ErP Directives – Latest Developments in Implementation
The EuP directive came into force on the 10th August 2005 and was transposed into Member State law by 10th August 2007. This was the first piece of le...
The EuP directive, came into force on the 10th August 2005 and was transposed into Member State law by 10th August 2007. Its full title is “Directive 2005/32/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 July 2005 establishing a framework for the setting of eco design requirements for energ...
17 May 2010
4Smarter Grids - The Opportunity - by the Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC)
Executive Summary from DECC The transition to a low carbon economy will involve major changes to the way we supply and use energy; transforming our el...
A smarter grid will provide a more reliable and cost effective system for transporting electricity from power stations to homes, business and industry. Smart grid technologies allow greater information-gathering and control, which can help companies operating the electricity system to spot problems...
10 May 2010
5Illegal shipments of e-waste
The fact that developed countries dump toxic e-waste on developing countries is not in question. Many people, especially the young, are harmed by the ...
30 Apr 2010
6RoHS status on development boards
The subject of semiconductor evaluation boards, often referred to as development tools, is in the spotlight yet again. I first wrote on this some 18 m...
29 Apr 2010


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