As global electrical and electronic industry continues to expand, the production of electrical and electronic products is becoming increasingly complicated. While new products bring excitement and convenience to our lives, they also generate a significant amount of waste which invariably contains harmful and toxic substances such as lead, cadmium, and hexavalent chromium and, if not properly handled, could wreak havoc to our living environment.
In response to this potentially disastrous consequence, EU enacted the RoHS directive in 2003, which restricts the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment. Since then, other countries such as the United States, Japan, and South Korea have followed suit with their introduction of similar regulations and directives in an effort to ramp up hazardous substance control in electrical and electronic equipment.
We provide a full range of testing service for hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment in accordance with RoHS directive and batteries directive. Our expertise ensures regulatory compliance of electrical and electronic products and helps our clients debut their products in global market.