EU RoHS - Are "Zero-Risk" Components Exempt from Disclosure Requirements?

Q: Is there a way to determine whether a component has zero risk of containing a regulated substance, and doesn’t require substance disclosure documentation as a result?

A: Every part and/or material in scope of RoHS, or any similar regulation, requires substance disclosure documentation. A material specification can be used in supporting documentation in conjunction with the contractual requirement that demonstrates how the material is used. A material specification must explicitly determine the presence and/or absence of substances covered by the regulatory need.

 

Content is accurate as of March 15, 2019.

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