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A European Union regulatory requirement for product environmental declarations that is effective
July 1, 2014.
A European Union chemical regulatory framework that is effective June 1, 2007.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is committed to compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, including material restriction requirements under the European Union Recast RoHS Directive, otherwise known as EU RoHS 2, applicable restrictions under Annex XVII of the EU REACH Regulation and China’s Management Methods for Restricted Use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products, otherwise known as China RoHS 2.
A Chinese regulatory requirement for product labeling that is effective March 1, 2007.
India RoHS refers to the restriction of hazardous substances provisions at Article 16 of India’s E-Waste (Management) Rule 2016.
As from December 1, 2012, all products manufactured by Hewlett-Packard Company comply with Circular 30/2011/TT-BCT temporarily regulating the permitted limits for a number of hazardous substances in electronic and electric products.
Kể từ ngày 01/12/2012, tất cả các sản phẩm do công ty Hewlett Packard Enterprise sản xuất hoặc nhập khẩu đều tuân thủ Thông tư số 30/2011/TT-BCT Quy định tạm thời về giới hạn hàm lượng cho phép của một số hóa chất độc hại có trong sản phẩm điện, điện tử.
The General Specification for the Environment (GSE) defines HPE’s environmental requirements for HPE brand and HPE owned brand products. The GSE is a series of standards that is comprised of HPE Standard 011-00 and all other subsidiary standards.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is providing battery Product Information Sheets as a service to its customers. The products addressed in these information sheets are generally viewed as “articles” that are exempt from requirements for Safety Data Sheets such as the Hazard Communication Standard of the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration and similar requirements in other countries. In particular, these products are manufactured according to a specific design, have an end-use dependent upon such design, and do not normally release more than trace amounts of hazardous chemicals.
A voluntary standard for providing environmental information on a specific product in an industry standard format developed by IT organizations in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark.