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RoHS Directive and REACH Regulation Declaration of Conformity
Trenton Systems is committed to doing its part ensure a clean environment for current and future generations. To that end Trenton takes all domestic and international environmental regulations very seriously. What follows is our compliance approach to the RoHS directive and the Reach regulation.
Trenton is actively engaged in refining the engineering and manufacturing procedures and processes necessary for RoHS (Directive 2002/95/EC) and WEEE (Directive 2002/96/EC) product compliance. Trenton identifies RoHS certified products by using a specific RoHS part number identified by the part number sequence 92-50XXXX-XXX including all hardware associated with this productare in compliance with the RoHS directive. The RoHS label shown at the right may also be used to identify compliant parts. See the RoHS directive section of the Trenton Systems declaration of conformity statementfor more details on both RoHS and WEEE product compliance.
The European Union’s Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals Regulation 1907/2006, otherwise known as REACH, extends the RoHS declaration process to cover an expanded list of chemical substances. Currently there are over 130 substances that the REACH regulation defines as Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC).
Trenton Systems manufactures board-level products as well as integrates third-party sub-components from a variety of vendors into complete systems. All of these products and system sub-components are non-chemical products and under normal and reasonable use they will not release harmful substances as defined by REACH and included in the SVHC listing. Trenton Systems has established a process to address the requirements under the REACH regulation. See the REACH regulation section of the Trenton Systems declaration of conformity statement for more details.
Trenton is currently in the process of ensuring 100% of its vendors are compliant with the Dodd Frank conflict minerals law. The process will ensure that Trenton and its vendors do not buy and use specific minerals (tantalum, tin, gold, & tungsten) from the Congo or any surrounding countries. This process is being done company wide and Trenton will update the status with the appropriate EICC (Global e-Sustainability Initiative) documentation.