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Expert analysis of electronics-related legislation and compliance requirements, such as RoHS, REACH and WEEE, from industry expert Gary Nevison of Farnell.

The end of ad-hoc RoHS labels?

Those of you that attended one of the excellent BIS Road Shows a few months back would have heard them say that the myriad of ad-hoc “RoHS Compliance” symbols would be replaced by the CE mark on finished equipment.

Fast forward a few months to October and there is some uncertainty over which types of logos will be permitted.

The Enforcement Authorities have also said that this was not clear and that they had asked the European Commission for clarification.

It is thought that logos and ad-hoc markings that state that equipment is RoHS compliant will not be permitted.

Watch this space.

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