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Leading Electronics companies and Environmental organisations urge EU to restrict more hazardous substances in electronic products in 2015 to avoid more global dioxin formation

Leading Electronics companies and Environmental organisations urge EU to restrict more hazardous substances in electronic products in 2015 to avoid more global dioxin formation

(Brussels – ) EU legislators are now in the process of deciding future restrictions on hazardous substances in electronics through the EU Restrictions on Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive.i An alliance consisting of Acer, Dell, Hewlett-Packard and Sony Ericsson, together with public interest organisation ChemSec, Clean Production Action and the European Environmental Bureau, call on EU […]

Sony Ericsson calls on EU to further restrict hazardous substances in consumer electronics

Sony Ericsson calls on EU to further restrict hazardous substances in consumer electronics

Sony Ericsson joins forces with an alliance of public interest organizations and global technology brands to persuade the European Parliament to ban the use of hazardous substances in consumer electronics from 2015 onwards. Brussels – In a partnership announced today Sony Ericsson joined Acer, Dell, Hewlett-Packard and public interest organizations ChemSec, Clean Production Action and […]