Recorded Tuesday, July 21st, at 11AM EDT
Presented by UL Performance Materials
UL understands that product manufacturers work hard to keep up with regulatory requirements such as EU’s RoHS Directive. While RoHS has been around for some time, RoHS Recast is phasing in additional products and will be expanding its scope to include all electrical and electronic equipment by 2019. To comply with these requirements, product manufacturers are repeatedly asking their supply chains for documentation including test reports, materials declarations and declarations of conformity.
At UL, our goal is to help facilitate customer access to the global marketplace. In this webinar, Noe Navarro and Scott MacLeod will provide an overview of UL’s new innovative RoHS Certification program, including the requirements and benefits to the supply chain. Please sign-up and join us to learn how this RoHS Certification of plastics (QMFZ2) at UL can simplify the qualification process and speed-up market access.
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RoHS Certification for Plastics
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