Canada's Supply Chain Act

June 18, 2024 | Written by GreenSoft Technology, Inc.

Canadian Forced Labour Regulation Now in Effect

Canada’s Supply Chains Act regarding forced labour requires annual reporting, effective January 2024

Canada’s Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act (Supply Chains Act) regulation took effect on January 1, 2024.

The regulation mandates that affected organizations must submit a report to Canada’s Minister of Public Safety by May 31 each year.

Reports must include completing a compulsory questionnaire, and detailing the steps taken during the previous financial year to prevent and reduce the risk that forced labour or child labour is used by them or in their supply chains. The reports must be publicly posted on the organization’s website and in an electronic registry on Public Safety Canada’s website.

Affected organizations are any entities (defined below) or government institutions that:

  • produces, sells, or distributes goods in Canada or elsewhere,
  • imports into Canada goods produced outside Canada, and
  • controls another entity engaged in such production, sale, distribution, or importation.

According to the Act, an "entity" encompasses any organization listed on a Canadian stock exchange or one connected to Canada (defined as having a Canadian place of business, engaging in Canadian business activities, or possessing Canadian assets) and meeting at least two of the following three conditions for at least one of its two most recent financial years:

  • has at least $20 million in assets.
  • has generated at least $40 million in revenue; or
  • employs an average of at least 250 employees.

More information about the Supply Chain Act can be found online.


GreenSoft Technology offers a supply chain data collection solution

GreenSoft can help your company comply with the Canadian Supply Chain Act, as well as the UK Modern Slavery Act (MSA), the anti-slavery and human trafficking provisions of the US Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), and the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act.

With our Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking services, we will collect Statements of Compliance from your suppliers for you so that you can complete the reports and questionnaires required to be submitted to the various government agencies.

We can also help your company and your suppliers generate their Statement of Compliance, and we can evaluate and analyze your risk level. With our Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking services, your company can prove you have done due-diligence on your supply chain to avoid modern slavery and human trafficking risks.

Contact us to learn more.

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Market Access 

June 7, 2024 | Written by GreenSoft Technology, Inc.

45 Products Recalled from European Market, Found not RoHS Compliant

Products recalled from european market due to eu rohs and persistant organic pollutant violationsNumerous products lose European market access due to RoHS Directive and Persistent Organic Pollutant violations

In the second quarter of 2024, importers of 45 products were ordered to recall their products from the European market for failure to comply with the EU RoHS Directive. Several of the products were also found to be non-compliant with the Persistent Organic Pollutant (POP) Regulation.

The EU RoHS Directive imposes restrictions on the presence of specific substances and prohibits certain chemicals in items sold within the European Union. Products discovered to not be RoHS compliant must be removed from the European market due to environmental concerns.

Products recalled in the second quarter of 2024 include headphones, electronic cables, game controllers, and Bluetooth speakers.

The recalls were announced via EU Safety Gate alerts. The following are 3 examples out of 45 total enforcement actions for this quarter.


Game Console

Products recalled from european market due to eu rohs and persistent organic pollutant violationsDescription:

The solders in the product have an excessive concentration of lead (measured value up to 51% by weight). Lead poses a risk to the environment.

Regulation Violation(s):

EU RoHS 2 Directive

Alert Number/Link:

A12/01493/24

 


Digital Thermometer

Products recalled from european market due to eu rohs and persistent organic pollutant violations

Description:

The solders of the product have an excessive concentration of lead (measured value: 39% by weight). Lead poses a risk to the environment.

Regulation Violation(s):

EU RoHS 2 Directive

Alert Number/Link:

A12/01407/24

 


LED Headlamp

Products recalled from european market due to eu rohs and persistent organic pollutant violations

Description:

The plastic material of the cable has excessive concentrations of bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP), diisobutyl phthalate (DIBP), lead and short chain chlorinated paraffins (SCCPs) (measured values: 1.9%, 0.15%, 0.13% and 3.5% by weight, respectively).

DEHP and DIPB may harm the health by causing possible damage to the reproductive system. DIPB may further harm the health of children. SCCPs persist in the environment, are toxic to aquatic organisms at low concentrations and bio-accumulate in wildlife and humans, posing a risk to human health and the environment. Prolonged exposure to them through the skin may cause cancer.

The solders in the product have an excessive concentration of lead (measured value up to 72.6% by weight). Lead poses a risk to the environment.

Regulation Violation(s):

EU RoHS 2 Directive

Persistent Organic Pollutant (POP) Regulation

Alert Number/Link:

A12/01488/24

 


GreenSoft’s data services can help prevent loss of market access for regulation violations

Compliance with the EU RoHS directive and the Persistent Organic Pollutant (POP) regulation is mandatory for affected companies that manufacture or distribute products in the European market. As demonstrated by the RoHS testing and subsequent enforcement actions above, failure to comply with this regulation can result in loss of market access and other serious consequences for manufacturers and distributors. 

GreenSoft Technology provides Data Services to help your company stay RoHS compliant so that you can ensure you retain market access in the European market.  

Learn more about our Data Services or contact ustoday to get started. 

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Webinar

May 24, 2024 | Written by GreenSoft Technology, Inc.

Compliance Strategies for Electronics Manufacturers: FMD Webinar Recording

Full Material Declaration Webinar

Uncover the Power of Full Material Declaration (FMD) data

On May 22, GreenSoft Technology hosted an educational webinar on the benefits of Full Material Declaration (FMD) for product compliance and supply chain data management. View a recording of the webinar now in our Webinar Archive.

Maintaining FMD data on your products is crucial for efficiently managing product compliance. 

Using FMD data allows you to stay proactive and be prepared when regulations change or new regulations arise. Instead of scrambling to adapt when regulations like EU RoHSEU REACHEU POPsCalifornia Proposition 65, or US TSCA shift, you’ll already have the data you need to validate your products' compliance status right away. 

By viewing this webinar recording, you will discover: 

  • Effective strategies for collecting and managing FMD data
  • Techniques for assessing the reliability of supplier-provided FMDs
  • Utilization of FMDs as a compliance tool for regulations such as EU RoHS and EU REACH
  • Handling of disclosed proprietary substances and their impact on FMDs

One webinar attendee said: “This was one of the nicest explanations of FMD I ever heard. I am really happy to hear such a deep understanding and presentation of FMD approach.”

Don't miss this chance to gain firsthand knowledge of the advantages offered by FMD data. View the webinar recording now!

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Conference

May 13, 2024 | Written by GreenSoft Technology, Inc.

Join GreenSoft at the Chemicals Management for Electronics Conference Hosted by Enhesa

Learn about regulatory updates and hot topics in the electronics industry

GreenSoft Technology will be exhibiting at the Chemicals Management for Electronics USA 2024 Conference Hosted by Enhesa (formerly Chemical Watch) both virtually and in-person in Boston, Massachusetts on June 24-25.

Returning in-person to the US for the first time since 2019, the conference will bring together experts from across the supply chain to share their knowledge and provide guidance through a series of informative presentations, panel discussions, and interactive Q&As.

As a leading provider of environmental compliance data services for the electronics industry, GreenSoft will be showcasing our Full Material Declaration (FMD) data services and our PFAS data services at the event. Additionally, GreenSoft compliance expert Randy Flinders will be presenting on the status of the IPC and IEC standards development committees and on the value of FMD in meeting product substance reporting requirements.


About the Chemicals Management for Electronics USA Conference

Designed specifically for companies that manufacture, assemble, import, export, distribute and sell Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE), the conference will cover hot topics and challenges facing the supply chain including:


Learn about GreenSoft’s premiere compliance solutions at the Conference

GreenSoft helps electronics manufacturers comply with environmental regulations such as EU RoHS, EU REACH, California Proposition 65, US TSCA, PFAS, and more by providing hands-on supply chain data collection and powerful software for compliance data management and reporting.

Our Full Material Declaration (FMD) data services provide a comprehensive solution for creating and maintaining a materials database for your company that can be used for all regulations, eliminating the need to recollect when regulations change or new ones arise.

Our proactive PFAS solution ensures compliance with current regulations while making sure you’ll be prepared when new ones arise. We identify all PFAS in your supply chain to cover existing regulations, including EPA TSCA Section 8(a)(7), reporting requirements in Maine and Minnesota, and the proposed ban in the EU, as well as future PFAS restrictions and reporting requirements.

At the Chemicals Management for Electronics USA 2024 Conference, attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about our FMD data services and our PFAS data services. We invite you to visit our exhibit and speak with our team of experts to learn more about how we can help your company reduce risk and ensure your products comply with all necessary regulations.  

Register now to attend Chemicals Management for Electronics USA 2024 or learn more about our Data Services by contacting us

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Washington Lead in Cookware Act

May 10, 2024 | Written by GreenSoft Technology, Inc.

New Washington State Law Restricts Lead in Cookware

New Washington Lead in Cookware LawWashington Becomes First State to Restrict Lead Content in Cookware

On March 28, 2024, the Governor of Washington State signed the Lead in Cookware Act (HB 1551) into law, restricting the lead content in cookware. This law makes Washington the first state to limit the amount of lead in cookware that is manufactured, distributed, sold, or imported in the state.

Effective January 1, 2026, manufacturers are prohibited from producing, selling, offering for sale, distributing, or dispensing cookware or cookware components within the state of Washington that contain lead or lead compounds at levels exceeding five parts per million (ppm).

According to the law, "cookware" is defined as metal pots, pans, and bakeware, electronic kitchenware such as rice cookers and pressure cookers, as well as other containers and devices intended for food preparation or storage. Additionally, "cookware components" such as lids, knobs, handles, rivets, fasteners, valves, and vent pipes are subject to the same lead content restrictions.

Companies that knowingly violate the law face civil penalties up to $5,000 for first offenses and up to $10,000 for each repeat violation.

Furthermore, the Department of Ecology (DOE), in consultation with the Department of Health (DOH), retains the authority to lower the lead limit even further after December 2034 if deemed feasible and necessary to protect human health, including vulnerable populations.


Prepare for Washington's New Lead Regulation with Full Material Declaration (FMD) Data

House Bill 1551 does not contain instructions for how a manufacturer is to prove they are meeting the less than 5 ppm threshold. When regulations lack specific reporting instructions like this, the best way to ensure compliance and avoid penalties is to collect Full Material Declaration (FMD) Data on your parts and products to determine their substance makeup.

GreenSoft Technology provides FMD Data Services, allowing you to maintain a complete materials database for your company and products. With FMD data, you can not only validate your products for common regulations such as EU REACH and EU RoHS, but you can also validate for new and evolving regulations like Washington’s Lead Restriction Law and emerging PFAS regulations.

Instead of scrambling to adapt when regulations shift or new ones arise, you’ll already have the data you need to validate your products' compliance status right away.

Learn more about our FMD Data Services by contacting us.

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PFAS

May 3, 2024 | Written by GreenSoft Technology, Inc.

Major Changes to Maine PFAS Regulation; Deadline Extended to 2032

Maine PFAS regulation amended: revised notification requirements and prohibition deadlines

On April 16, the Governor of Maine signed a new amendment to the state’s PFAS regulation bringing about crucial changes that directly impact electronics manufacturers.

Among other changes, the January 1, 2025 reporting requirement for all products sold in Maine has been eliminated, while maintaining prohibitions on PFAS usage. Additionally, the prohibition deadline has been extended from January 1, 2030 to January 1, 2032 for most products (including consumer electronics). However, the notification requirement is still in place for products or specific uses which have been granted an unavoidable use determination by the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).

The details of the requirements and ban on the sale of any products sold in the state of Maine which contain intentionally added perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) substances, are outlined below.

General Prohibition: Starting January 1, 2032, companies will not be able to sell, offer for sale, or distribute to sell any product containing intentionally-added PFAS in the state of Maine unless exempted due to product category or unavoidable use as noted below. Previously the effective date for this prohibition was January 1, 2030.

Alternative Product Category Deadlines: Some products have different deadlines than stated above. The prohibition deadline for carpets, rugs, and fabric treatments became effective as of January 1, 2023.  The prohibition deadline for cleaning products, cookware, cosmetics, dental floss, juvenile products, menstrual products, ski wax, and upholstered furniture becomes effective as of January 1, 2026. The prohibition deadline for artificial turf and outdoor apparel for severe wet conditions is effective January 1, 2029. Finally, the prohibition deadline for cooling, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment, including parts and other servicing needs for such equipment, and refrigerants, foams and aerosol propellants comes into effect on January 1, 2040.

Product Category Exemptions: Semiconductors, non-consumer electronics (electronic devices not used for personal, family, or household purposes), non-consumer laboratory equipment, medical devices, veterinary products, water testing products, products required to meet various federal transportation/aviation/defense standards, motor vehicles, watercrafts, firefighting foams, and equipment used to produce the aforementioned categories of products are exempted from the prohibition and may continue to use intentionally-added PFAS in their products.

Unavoidable Use Exemption: Products containing intentionally-added PFAS which have been granted an unavoidable use determination by the DEP, are exempt from the prohibition requirements for a period of 5 years from the determination date or prohibition date. Instead, they are subject to the reporting requirements of the regulation, effective as of the unavoidable use determination by DEP.

Small Business Exemption: Manufacturers that employ 100 or fewer people are exempt from the notification requirements of the regulation. Previously the small business exemption was for manufacturers employing 25 or fewer people.

Notification Requirement:  Manufacturers subject to unavoidable use determinations must notify the DEP if they sell, offer for sale, or distribute to sell any product containing intentionally-added PFAS. The notification must include, among other information, a brief description of the product, the purpose for which PFAS are used in the product, the amount and identification of each of the PFAS, and identification of the specific unavoidable use determination applied. Previously the effective date for notification requirements was January 1, 2025, and the previous notification requirements applied to all products containing intentionally-added PFAS rather than just products that have been granted an unavoidable use determination.

The full text of the regulation and the amendment can be found online. GreenSoft Technology’s summary of the original regulation requirements can be found on our blog. And our PFAS Resource Center provides additional articles and videos on PFAS regulations around the globe.


Implications for Minnesota's PFAS regulation

The amendments to Maine's PFAS regulation not only impact affected businesses but also raise questions about the fate of similar regulations in other states. Given the close alignment between Maine's and Minnesota's PFAS regulations, the changes introduce a layer of uncertainty regarding Minnesota's stance on PFAS regulation.

Electronics manufacturers and industry stakeholders await clarity on whether Minnesota will follow suit and amend its regulation in alignment with Maine's changes or maintain its original framework. However, currently there is no indication Minnesota plans to adopt similar changes to their PFAS in products requirements.  Learn more about Minnesota’s PFAS regulation here.


GreenSoft Technology offers a PFAS solution for manufacturers

GreenSoft Technology provides companies with a Data Services solution to help with the Maine and Minnesota PFAS regulations, EPA TSCA Section 8(a)(7) PFAS reporting and recordkeeping requirements, as well as other emerging and proposed PFAS regulations around the globe.

Our data collection team will contact your suppliers to obtain data on the substances contained in your product and components. We’ll validate that data for accuracy and completeness, and then check it against the U.S. EPA’s Master List of PFAS Chemicals, as well as any other global environmental regulations you must comply with.

With our Turnkey Service, we can generate the necessary compliance reports for you. Or you can use our GreenData Manager software to manage your company’s substance database and generate reports for this and other environmental regulations.

Contact us to learn more.

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Conflict Minerals

April 30, 2024 | Written by GreenSoft Technology, Inc.

New Conflict Minerals Reporting Template, Extended Minerals Reporting Template Released

New CMRT 6.4 EMRT 3.1 ReleasedCMRT 6.4 and EMRT 1.3 now available to download

On April 26, the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) released an updated Conflict Minerals Reporting Template (CMRT) version: CMRT 6.4 and an updated Extended Minerals Reporting Template (EMRT) version: EMRT 1.3.


CMRT 6.4: The Conflict Minerals Reporting Template

CMRT forms are used to exchange 3TG conflict minerals data across the supply chain in order to comply with the U.S. Conflict Minerals regulation (U.S. Dodd-Frank Act of 2010).

Changes to CMRT 6.4 from the prior version include:

●  Corrections to all reported bugs and errors

●  Updates to highlighting on the Smelter List tabs

●  Updates to the Smelter Reference List

The new CMRT template form can be downloaded online. RMI also released an CMRT Completion Guide that can be downloaded here.


EMRT 1.3: The Extended Minerals Reporting Template

EMRT forms are used to facilitate the transfer of due diligence information on the presence of cobalt and mica in supply chains. The EMRT form was developed by RMI in accordance with the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas.

Changes to EMRT 1.3 from the prior version include:

●  Corrections to all reported bugs and errors

●  Updates to highlighting on the Smelter List tabs

●  Updates to Smelter Reference List and Standard Smelter List

●  Added German translation to file

Along with EMRT 1.3, RMI also released an EMRT Completion Guide. Both the new EMRT 1.3 form and the Completion Guide can be downloaded online.

The first version of the EMRT form was launched in October 2021. RMI recommends using the EMRT form for cobalt and mica supplier reporting rather than the Cobalt Reporting Template (CRT) or Mica Reporting Template (MRT), both of which were phased out in March 2022.

RMI recommends using CMRT 6.4 or higher and EMRT version 1.3 for the Reporting Year. The next versions of both the CMRT and EMRT are anticipated to be released in Spring 2025.


GreenSoft Technology provides CMRT / EMRT collection and Conflict Minerals compliance services

GreenSoft Technology helps companies manage Conflict Minerals reporting requirements as part of our Conflict Minerals data services. We provide CMRT collection, validation, and review for your Reasonable Country of Origin Inquiries (RCOIs). We also offer Smelter or Refiner (SOR) Validation, and Extended Mineral Reporting Template (EMRT) collection so you can fulfill all conflict minerals due diligence requirements.

For existing GreenSoft Technology customers, our data services team will prepare to start using CMRT 6.4 and EMRT 1.3 for data collection going forward. And our software development team will begin preparations to update our GreenData Manager (GDM) software Conflict Minerals Module for CMRT 6.4 and EMRT 1.3.

Learn more about how our Data Services help your company with Conflict Minerals compliance by contacting us.

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Webinar

April 9, 2024 | Written by GreenSoft Technology, Inc.

View the PFAS Challenge Webinar to Uncover PFAS Compliance Requirements

Learn about PFAS Regulations in English or German webinar recordings

On April 2-3, GreenSoft Technology, Inc. hosted two webinar sessions about PFAS regulations around the globe. Recordings of The PFAS Challenge: Ensuring Compliance in Electronics Manufacturing are now available to view in our Webinar Archive. Recordings are available in English and German languages.

Led by industry experts Randy Flinders, Compliance Specialist for GreenSoft Technology, and Sofia Tur, Senior Project Manager & Sales Manager – Europe for GreenSoft Technology, this webinar provided essential insights on PFAS compliance requirements for professionals in the electronics manufacturing sector.

The webinar explores:

  • The current status of global PFAS or “Forever Chemicals” regulatory requirements
  • Details of key regulations such as S. TSCA 8(a)(7), PFAS rules in the states of Maine and Minnesota, and the proposed ban on PFAS in the European Union
  • Strategies for navigating complex regulations and ensuring compliance
  • Addressing the challenges posed by PFAS in electronics manufacturing

Whether you're seeking clarity on regulatory compliance or striving to stay ahead of the curve in environmental responsibility, don't miss the opportunity to watch this webinar in our Webinar Archive. 

GreenSoft Technology helps manufacturers with PFAS compliance

Due to their persistence and adverse health effects, PFAS “forever chemicals” have gained traction in the media, and regulatory bodies across the globe are enacting new regulations to ban or regulate the use of PFAS chemicals.

These regulations have widespread implications, affecting manufacturers across various sectors, including electronics production. GreenSoft Technology offers Data Services and GreenData Manager software to help manufacturers discover what PFAS chemicals may be present in their products, and offer replacement part suggestions.

Plus, our PFAS resource center provides essential information about existing and upcoming PFAS regulations to help companies ensure their compliance with PFAS legislation. Contact us to learn more.

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Webinar

April 8, 2024 | Written by GreenSoft Technology, Inc.

Compliance Strategies for Electronics Manufacturers: Full Material Declaration (FMD)

FMD-webinar

Uncover the Power of Full Material Declaration (FMD) data in product compliance and supply chain management

Maintaining Full Material Declaration (FMD) data on your products is crucial for efficiently managing product compliance. 

For electronics manufacturers, meeting the requirements of environmental regulations like EU RoHSEU REACHEU POPsCalifornia Proposition 65US TSCA, and others presents an ongoing challenge. These regulations are constantly evolving, and staying up-to-date with compliance requirements can be a complex and time-consuming process. 

Using FMD data allows you to stay proactive and be prepared when regulations change or new regulations arise. Instead of scrambling to adapt when regulations shift, you’ll already have the data you need to validate your products' compliance status right away. 

During this webinar, attendees will discover: 

  • Effective strategies for collecting and managing FMD data
  • Techniques for assessing the reliability of supplier-provided FMDs
  • Utilization of FMDs as a compliance tool for regulations such as EU RoHS and EU REACH
  • Handling of disclosed proprietary substances and their impact on FMDs

Plus, you’ll get a chance to ask host Randy Flinders, Compliance Specialist for GreenSoft Technology, your questions during a live Q&A session! 

Don't miss this chance to gain firsthand knowledge of the advantages offered by FMD data. Register now to save your spot!

Registration

Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Two registration times:

4:00 PM Central European Time/10:00 AM Eastern Time/7:00 AM Pacific Time

8:00 PM Central European Time/2:00 PM Eastern Time/11:00 AM Pacific Time

Everyone who registers will receive a copy of the webinar recording after the event.

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PFAS

April 3, 2024 | Written by GreenSoft Technology, Inc.

Analysis of EU POPs Regulated PFAS in Common Parts Database

EU Persistent Organic Pollutants Regulated PFAS

Crucial Revelations on EU POPs Regulated PFAS in Electronic Components

In recent years, per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have garnered significant attention. These “forever chemicals,” known for their widespread use and potential environmental and health hazards, have faced increasing scrutiny.

Three PFAS substance groups have been restricted under the EU Persistent Organic Pollutants (EU POPs) regulation, but some commonly used electronic components still contain these restricted PFAS.

GreenSoft Technology recently performed an analysis of our Parts Database, which contains Full Material Declaration (FMD) data on millions of electronic components and other parts. Our analysis found that over 400 parts were in violation of the EU POPs regulation due to containing one or more substances regulated under EU POPs. And 93 of those non-compliant parts contained one of the three PFAS substance groups restricted under EU POPs.

Key Discoveries

  • Total Violations: Examining the parts in our database, we discovered that 409 parts were found to be in violation of the EU POPs regulation. 58 total substances/substance groups restricted under EU POPs were identified in the violating parts.
  • Restricted PFAS Substances: Among the violators, 93 parts contained one of the three restricted PFAS substance groups. 32 parts contained Perfluorooctane sulfonates (PFOS) substances; 33 parts contained Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), its salts and PFOA-related compounds; and 28 parts contained PFHxS substances.
  • Timeline of Restrictions: Since 2019, Perfluorooctane sulfonates (PFOS) and Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) substances have been restricted under the EU POPs regulation, and since 2023 perfluorohexane sulfonic acid (PFHxS), its salts and PFHxS-related compounds have been restricted under the EU POPs regulation.
  • Parts Breakdown: The most common parts found to contain PFAS substances were foams, amplifiers, resistors, coils, labels, and inductors, among other components.

Implications and Preventative Actions

With the discovery that some commonly used electronic components continue to contain PFAS substances that are restricted by the EU POPs regulation, electronics manufacturers should take proactive measures to mitigate potential loss of market access due to regulatory violations.

Identifying which components in your supply chain are likely to contain these restricted PFAS substances is a crucial first step for manufacturers to comply with the EU POPs regulation.

Get help with Persistent Organic Pollutants and other PFAS Regulations

GreenSoft Technology’s Data Services solution can assist companies in identifying PFAS  in their products by collecting chemical data from their supply chain. Our data collection team will contact your suppliers on your behalf to obtain data on the substances contained in your products and components, and validate that data for completeness and accuracy.

Additionally, GreenSoft Technology can help source replacement suppliers and generate compliance reports for various global environmental regulations, including EU POPs and dozens of others. We also offer GreenData Manager (GDM) software so you can manage your company’s substance database and easily generate substance and compliance reports.

Contact us to learn more about how we can help your company navigate the complex landscape of regulatory compliance in the electronics manufacturing industry.

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