INTOS ISO:9001

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WEEE :

The Electronic Devices Law - ElektroG obliges manufacturers, importers and initial distributors to ensure an environmentally sustainable disposal of those goods quantities they have put into circulation.

For this, companies must apply for a registration number at the competent authority (EAR) which then has to be included on all business documents.

We would like to inform you that INTOS ELECTRONIC AG has registered for all goods we import and which fall within the range of Electronic Devices Law - ElektroG at Stiftung für Elektro-Altgeräte (ear).

INTOS ELECTRONIC AG registration no.: DE 59131158



Directive 2011/65/EC (RoHS II) / RoHS II compliance:

With Directive 2011/65 / EC of 08 June 2011 on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS II) occur for newly marketed electric and electronic equipment substance bans on lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls and polybrominated diphenyl ethers. All necessary preparations are made with our suppliers to ensure that materials used do not contain banned substances.

We hereby confirm that the products imported by the INTOS ELECTRONIC AG products comply with these conditions.



General Client Information on REACH

(Regulation on Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals)

The European chemicals regulation REACH has applied immediately in all EU member states on January 1st, 2007 and became effective on June 1st, 2007.

The introduction of REACH aimed at ensuring high safety standards as regards environmental and health risks inherent in chemicals use throughout Europe. REACH creates an exhaustive chemicals management by registering, evaluating and authorizing chemicals.

Registration and evaluation obligations apply, on the one hand, to manufacturers or importers of chemicals from non-EU countries that put more than one ton of chemicals into circulation per year. On the other hand it applies to manufacturers of non-chemicals products if chemicals are released from these products in commonly existing and reasonably foreseeable conditions, and if the quantity threshold of 1 t/a of all products supplied is exceeded by this manufacturer. Substances of very high concern are also subject to obligatory approval.

All InLine products are produced in compliance with all applicable regulations including REACH. InLine products are products (non-chemical products) within the definition of REACH regulation, and as far as can be seen they are not subject to any registration, evaluation or authorization requirement, since according to our knowledge no chemicals are released in commonly existing and reasonably foreseeable conditions, or the quantity threshold of 1 t/a is not exceeded.

According to Art 33 REACH regulation there is a disclosure obligation for manufacturers of products only as regards so-called substances of very high concern which fulfill the criteria of Art. 57 REACH regulation. Such materials must also represent more than 0.1 percentage by mass of the product. Which materials are included in this regulation must be defined by the European Chemicals Agency according to Art. 59 REACH regulation and then be entered in a List of Candidates which has to be published by June 2009 at the very latest (Art. 58 REACH regulation). Without this List of Candidates being available, however, we cannot fulfill this disclosure obligation. In case such substances of very high concern are contained in more than 1 t/a of products, the European Chemicals Agency must be notified, but only 2011 at the very earliest. (source: ZVEI directions on Information and Disclosure Requirements of Companies according to Art. 33 REACH regulation).

In case any substances of very high concern should be contained in our products we will of course fulfill our obligations according to REACH. We will perform the necessary communication with our suppliers to ensure as far as possible a continued supply of those chemicals we need, thus ensuring reliable delivery of our finished products to our clients.


 

 Informazioni generali sui materiali di conflitto

Il Dodd-Frank Act si applica in particolare allo stagno, al tantalio, al tungsteno, all'oro e ai loro derivati, estratti nelle zone di conflitto, come la Repubblica Democratica del Congo e i paesi vicini. Inoltre, essa mira, tra l'altro, a limitare o impedire il commercio di queste sostanze provenienti da queste zone di conflitto. 
Sebbene INTOS ELECTRONIC AG non sia soggetta agli obblighi di notifica del Dodd-Frank-Act, siamo consapevoli dell'importanza e del significato di questo regolamento. Trattiamo il tema dei "minerali di conflitto" con grande attenzione e, per quanto possibile, ci assicuriamo che non venga procurato materiale proveniente da Paesi in conflitto che direttamente o indirettamente finanziano o vanno a beneficio di gruppi armati. 

Ci atteniamo inoltre al Regolamento ((EU) 2017/821) che stabilisce gli obblighi di diligenza nella catena di approvvigionamento, e successive modifiche.

Consideriamo seriamente la nostra responsabilità sociale per l'ambiente, la sicurezza, la salute e i diritti umani e comprendiamo che la nostra condotta negli affari ha un impatto sulla società e sull'ambiente.

Come azienda di medie dimensioni, lavoriamo, nei limiti delle nostre possibilità, insieme ai nostri fornitori per creare la necessaria trasparenza delle catene di fornitura, che ci consente di fornire ai nostri clienti informazioni affidabili. Al momento non abbiamo informazioni sul fatto che nelle nostre catene di fornitura vengano utilizzati minerali provenienti da zone di conflitto.

Qualora dalle nostre indagini emergessero indicazioni della presenza di minerali provenienti da zone di conflitto nelle parti dei fornitori, ci impegniamo a prendere le misure del caso.

In caso di domande, si prega di contattare kundenservice@intos.de.


 

Packaging Directive :

INTOS ELECTRONIC AG is member of Duales System Interseroh with manufacturer no.:144962.

Interseroh


If you require additional information on this issue, Mr. R. Ommert will be happy to oblige.

 
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