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【Technical Data】ROHS-WEEE Instruction
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European Parliament and Council January 23, 2003 No. No. 2002/95/EC
Electrical and electronic equipment on the Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances Directive
(According to the original translation, for reference only)
European Parliament and Council,
Treaty establishing the European Community noted, in particular Article 95,
Noted that the EU Commission's recommendations,
Noted that the EU Economic and Social Committee,
EU Commission noted the views of
In accordance with Article 251 of the EC Treaty regulatory standard procedures and the Coordination Committee on November 8, 2002 through the joint text,
(1) Member States to limit the electrical and electronic equipment, the use of hazardous substances and the development of regulations or administrative measures to produce the difference between a common body of trade barriers and distortions of competition, and even the establishment of the single market and its functions have a direct impact. It is necessary to coordinate the member states of the regulations in this area, in order to facilitate the protection of human health and the WEEE recycling and environmentally sound treatment.
(2) the European Council in December 2000, 7-9 meeting in Nice on the Council of Ministers approved on December 4, 2000 on the precautionary principle by the decision.
(3) The European Commission July 30, 1996 Review Community waste management strategies to reduce the waste of communication emphasizes the need for harmful substances and that products and processes developed in the restriction of the use of these hazardous substances in the EC regulations potentially benefits.
(4) The Council January 25, 1988 to eliminate cadmium pollution of the EC action plan decided to ask the European Commission without delay the development of the planned special measures. Human health must be protected, it should implement a special limit the use of cadmium and study alternatives to speed up the overall strategy. Decided to stress in the absence of appropriate and safer options available, the use of cadmium should be limited.
(5) evidence that the EU Council and European Parliament January 27, 2003 on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive 2002/96/EC under the WEEE collection, treatment, recycling and disposal measures for reducing and involving heavy metals and flame retardants issues related to waste management is necessary. However, despite those measures, but in the current waste disposal in the Waste Electrical and Electronic will continue to find that a substantial part of the device. Even if WEEE is classified collection and recycling program to comply with, but mercury, cadmium, lead, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls (PBB), polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE) components may still be on human health and the environment become a danger.
(6) taking into account technical and economic feasibility, to ensure a significant reduction in these substances dangerous to health and the environment of the most effective, and the body can be realized in the common level of protection chosen by way of electronic or electrical equipment in a safe replace them with safer substances. Restrict the use of hazardous substances is to improve WEEE recycling possibilities and economic benefits of recycling plants and reduce their workers' health caused by the negative impact.
(7) To research and evaluate the material under the jurisdiction of this Directive, they have been in the EC and Member States level, the management of different measures.
(8) The measures provided for in this Directive takes into account existing international guidelines and recommendations based on available scientific and technical information for evaluation. The lack of measures may be dangerous in the common body, so these measures to achieve the selected human and animal health and environmental protection level is necessary. These measures should be checked and, if necessary, taking into account scientific and technological information obtained can be adjusted.
(9) This Directive does not affect the implementation of community safety and health requirements in the community on waste management legislation and special legislation, in particular, March 18, 1991 Council on batteries containing certain dangerous substances and the battery 91 / 157/EEC Directive.
(10) should consider not contain heavy metals, polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE) and polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) of the technical development of electrical and electronic equipment. Once the scientific evidence and taking into account the precautionary principle, you should check to prohibit the use of other harmful substances and to be more in line with environmental requirements, to ensure that consumer protection is not less than the same level of substitutes to replace them.
(11) From the technological point of view, there can be no substitutes or alternatives on the environment and health caused by the negative impact on the environment and their health benefits, it can be exempt from the requirements of the implementation of alternatives. Development of harmful substances in electrical and electronic equipment, alternative work still continues, so that they meet the electrical and electronic equipment users of health and safety needs.
(12) because the product reuse, refurbishment and extension of lifetime are beneficial, so it is necessary to provide the necessary parts.
(13) and the phasing out and prohibition of the use of hazardous substances to claim exemption from the relevant scientific and technological progress should be modified to achieve the European Commission in accordance with Commission procedures.
(14) to implement the necessary measures to this Directive should be based on the Board June 28, 1999 resolution of 1999/468/ECs provisions, the implementation of the powers delegated to the European Commission to adopt the program.


Article 1
The directive aims to make member states on the electrical and electronic equipment in the law restricting the use of hazardous substances in line to help protect human health and the WEEE recycling and environmentally sound treatment.

Article 2
1. Subject to article 6 of the case, the directive shall apply to Directive Directive 2002/96/EC (WEEE) Appendix Ⅰ A provision of the 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 and 10 categories of electrical and electronic equipment and home electric light bulbs and lighting facilities.
2. The implementation of this Directive should not be contrary to Community requirements on safety and health legislation and Community legislation on waste management specialist.
3. The Directive on 1 July 2006 to market electrical and electronic equipment, parts, repair parts or re-use of components does not apply.

Article 3
Purposes of this Directive, the following definitions apply:
(A) "electrical and electronic equipment" or "EEE" means the proper functioning of the work depends on the current or electromagnetic field device and instructions 2002/96/EC (WEEE) listed in Annex Ⅰ A can produce, transfer and measurement of currents and electromagnetic fields equipment, and design of these devices is the voltage does not exceed 1000 volts alternating current, direct current does not exceed 1,500 volts;
(B) "producer" means any person, regardless of their use of marketing techniques, according to the European Parliament and the Council of 20 May 1997 on the protection of consumers in distance contracts, Directive 1997/7/EC, including the first communication process :
(I) with their own brand production and sales of electrical and electronic equipment;
(Ii) to re-sell their own brand by other suppliers of equipment, if the sale of equipment still retain the original producer of the brand, so resellers can not be treated as above (i) Vice-point producer; or
(Iii) specialized in the import or export to member countries electrical and electronic equipment.
Only according to some financial agreement to fund those who can not be regarded as "producer" unless he meets the above (i) to (iii) to act as producers, Vice Point.

Article 4
1. Member States will ensure that from 1 July 2006 onwards, put on the market of new electrical and electronic equipment do not contain lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE) or polybrominated biphenyls (PBB ). Member States before the adoption of this Directive established under Community legislation to restrict or prohibit the use in electrical and electronic equipment measures of these substances can be maintained until July 1, 2006.
2. Article 1 shall not apply to applications listed in the annex.
3. Based on European Commission proposals, if available scientific evidence, the European Parliament and the Council should be based on "the sixth Community Environment Action Plan" set forth in the policy decision in principle to other harmful chemical substances to ensure that disabled and select at least the same level of protection for consumers more environmentally products as substitutes.

Article 5
Meet the scientific and technological progress
1. For the following purposes, to make the accessories necessary modifications to adapt to technological progress, should be based on Article 7 (2) the procedures referred to:
(A) If necessary, allow the establishment of the special electrical and electronic equipment components containing substances and articles 4 (1) the material referred to the highest value;
(B) electrical and electronic equipment, materials and components may deviate from paragraph 4 (1) shall, if their removal or change of use through the design or use alternative materials or substances containing reference material or component in science and technology in unrealistic, or alternatives on the environment, health and / or consumer safety than if the negative impact on the environment, health and / or consumer safety benefits when due;
(C) at least every four years to conduct an inspection of the attachment, or attachment will be added to a four-year examination of the attachment, the purpose of adding a new item is to consider cancellation of electrical and electronic accessories in equipment and materials and components, if their removal or change of use through the design or use alternative does not include section 4 (1) of the material or substance of the material and components in the technology is feasible, provided that alternative on the environment, health and / or consumption the negative impact of the safety can not be greater than the environmental, health and / or arrange the positive impact of consumer interests.
2. Changes in accordance with provisions of Annex 1, before the European Commission will be dedicated to electrical equipment and electronic producers, recyclers, waste disposal operators, environmental organizations and employee and consumer associations advisory consultations. Results of the consultations should be submitted to the Article 7 (1) referred to the committee. The European Commission should consider the comments received.

Article 6
In the February 13, 2005, before the European Commission should examine the provisions of this Directive the measures necessary to consider new scientific evidence.
In particular, the European Commission should be submitted before that date will be the first 2002/96/EC (WEEE) Directive listed in Annex Ⅰ A 8 and 9 classes of devices included in the scope of the Directive proposal.
Committee will be based on scientific facts and to consider the precautionary principle, the study of Article 4 (1) whether the substance needs to be adjusted, as appropriate, to the European Parliament and the Council can make recommendations.
Special attention should check the electrical and electronic equipment used in other hazardous substances and materials on the environment and human health. Replaced by the European Commission will examine the feasibility of these substances and materials, and at the appropriate time, to expand the scope of Article 4 of the European Parliament and the Council to submit proposals.

Article 7
1. No. 75/442/EEC by the European Commission under Article 18 of Directive Committee set up to assist.
2. When reference in this paragraph shall be applicable to resolution No. 1999/468/EC Article 5, 7 and 8.
Resolution No. 1999/468/EC Article 5 of the period provided for in paragraph 6 should be set at three months.
3. The Committee will adopt its procedural rules.

Member States shall decide on the violation in accordance with this Directive and Member States to develop appropriate penalties under the act. These penalties should be provided effective, proportionate and dissuasive there.

Article 9
1. Member States shall August 13, 2004 to comply with this Directive before the necessary laws, regulations and administrative provisions to take effect. And immediately notify the Commission of these.
When Member States in developing those measures, they must include the reference number of this directive or in the country's official publication is published with this reference number. Flag this reference number means the provisions of the Member States.
2. Member States within the scope of this Directive to all laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the text to inform the European Commission.

Article 10
The European Community Directive itself "Official Gazette" on the date of publication.

Article 11
Receiving side
This directive will be issued to the Member States.

January 23, 2003 was completed in Brussels

European Parliament President President of the Council

Exempt from Section 4 (1) required by lead, mercury, cadmium and hexavalent chromium applications
1. The mercury content in compact fluorescent lamps not exceeding 5 mg / lamp.
2. Straight fluorescent lamps for general purposes in the mercury content must not exceed:
- Salt and phosphate 10 mg;
- The normal three-phosphate 5 mg;
- Long-term three-phosphate 8 mg.
3. Straight fluorescent lamps for special purposes in the mercury content.
4. This appendix is ​​not specifically mentioned in the other lights in the mercury content.
5. Cathode ray tubes, electronic components and LED lead content of glass.
6. Alloying element in steel containing up to 0.35% lead, aluminum content of 0.4% copper alloy of lead content of 4%.
7. - High temperature melting solder in the lead (ie: tin-lead alloy containing more than 85%);
- For server, storage and storage systems lead solder (exemption granted until 2010);
- For switching, signaling and transmission, as well as telecommunications network management, network infrastructure equipment in the lead in the solder;
- Lead in electronic ceramic products (such as: high voltage electronic devices).
8. According to modify restrictions on the products of certain dangerous substances and pre-sale and use of the first Directive No. 76/769/EEC Directive 91/338/EEC prohibited other than cadmium plating.
9. In the absorption refrigerator in the carbon steel cooling system preservative as hexavalent chromium.
10. According to in section 7 (2) the procedure referred to in Article, the Commission shall evaluate the following applications:
- Decca ether (Deca BDE);
- Special use of mercury in straight fluorescent lamps;
- The following purposes in the use of lead solder: servers, storage, and transmission network for the exchange of infrastructure, telecommunications network management equipment (set this directive to exempt part of the specific cut-off time);
- Light bulbs;
The current focus is to determine as quickly as possible whether these items make the appropriate changes.


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