Montreal Protocol (Legacy)

Entering into force in 1989, the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer seeks to reduce the production and consumption of substances that harm the ozone layer by gradually phasing them out of use. The treaty is organized around several types of halogenated hydrocarbons that are of particular concern in terms of ozone health. Presently, more than seventy chemicals are prohibited under the protocol.

To review the Montreal Protocol Requirements, click [here].  

Making a Montreal Protocol Declaration in the Supplier Portal

Once you receive the relevant campaign email, you can make the declaration.

  1. Review the regulation details:



    Under the Resources sidebar, click:
    Create IPC-1752A XML to open the FMDComplete tool in a new browser window, allowing you to build a Class A, Class C, or Class D IPC-1752A declaration, which generates in XML format
    View Substance List to initiate the download of an Excel file containing the substance list for the chosen regulation

  2. From the part list displayed, either: 

    Use the checkboxes to select individual Parts and click Declare # Selected Parts:



    OR

    Click the Declare for # Parts button to declare for all visible Parts: 



  3. On the Select Declaration window, choose whether the part(s) Does Not Contain Substances Above Threshold or Contains Substances Above Threshold:



    For parts that Contains Substances Above Threshold, the Edit Substances window will open to allow users to enter one or more substances that are included in the part:



    To enter a substance:
    a) Click the Substance field and type a Substance Name or CAS Number to search
    b) Click the Substance to select it
    c) Enter a Concentration (%) for the selected substance
    d) Enter where in the Product the Substance is located using the Contained In field 
    e) Click the [+] button to add the substance to the part

    Once you have added all relevant substances, click Next to proceed to the Upload Supporting Documentation window. 

  4. Choose the type of supporting documentation you are uploading: 



  5. Use the calendar to choose the date this supporting documentation was created.

  6. Click Attach File to open the File Explorer and click Open to upload the document. 

    You can upload multiple files using this window.

  7. When you have finished uploading your supporting documentation, click OK.

  8. Upon returning to the part declaration screen, complete the declaration process for any remaining parts:



  9. Click Continue to proceed to the next modules.

  10. Once all Declarations are complete, click Continue to proceed to the Feedback page. 
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