RoHS and REACH Policy

Date : 20th July 2020

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Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (recast) ROHS 3 (EU 2015/863)

Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals Regulations (EC 1907/2006)

With reference to the RoHS and REACH regulations DK-Daleba confirms that;

We are fully aware of the implications of RoHS and REACH regulation as it applies to our business. We monitor our materials, exposure and compliance levels via regular contact with the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) and report on Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) levels and usage scenarios where appropriate to customers and suppliers. As ‘downstream users’ we have not had any obligation to register substances. It is our intention to maintain a continuing dialogue with both suppliers and customers for the protection of the supply chain and full compliance with RoHS and REACH regulation. No Products supplied contain any of the 205 substances which are currently designated as SVHC by REACH regulation in excess of 0.1% weight by product. No Products supplied contain any substances which are regulated by the current RoHS regulations, including the 4 new Phthalates recently added.

DK-Daleba hereby certifies that all products/parts supplied conform to Directives ROHS 3 EU 2015/863 & EC 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union and California Proposition 65. Any trace impurities of the RoHS substances in the parts are below the RoHS specified levels. No exemptions are being availed of.

Please refer any enquiry to;

Rik Fuller GradIOSH

Health & Safety Officer
DK-Daleba
Hertford Town Mill
49 Tamworth Road
Hertford Hertfordshire
SG13 7DJ

01920 860 027
rik.fuller@dk-daleba.co.uk

20th July 2020

Rik Fuller - Health & Safety Officer

REACH

During the transition period

The UK is not a Member State of the EU. However, until the end of the transition period market access, and therefore UK-EU trade, should continue on the same terms as before.

What businesses need to know?

A transition period until 31 December 2020 is in place while the EU and the UK negotiate new arrangements. During the transition period:

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