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Substance Methodology

This section includes a link to the revised (draft) methodology to identify and assess substances for possible restriction under the RoHS Directive and a questionnaire concerning this area of review.


If you would like to make a contribution in this regard, please review the draft methodology, taking notice of questions specified within the document, i.e., compiled in the questionnaire. Stakeholders are requested to base their submissions on this questionnaire including as much comprehensive information as possible.
 
Manual (draft) methodology to identify and assess substances for possible restriction under the RoHS Directive
> Please download the revised draft manual document from this Link
 
Consultation questionnaire

> Specific questions concerning Substance Methodology (PDF)
 

Contributions to the consultation

> Contribution of RINA Consulting (formerly EdifERA and ERA Technology Ltd), submitted on 07.12.2018: PDF 

> Contribution of COCIR (European Association of the Radiological, Radiotherapy and Healthcare IT Industry), submitted on 14.12.2018: PDF

> Contribution of ZVEI (Zentralverband Elektrotechnik- und Elektroindustrie), submitted on 19.12.2018: PDF

> Contribution of AmCham EU (American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union), submitted on 20.12.2018: PDF

> Contribution of EUROMOT (the European Association of Internal Combustion Engine Manufacturers) and AEM(US Association of Equipment Manufacturers), submitted on 20.12.2018: XLSX

> Contribution of Digital Europe, submitted on 20.12.2018: XLSX

> Contribution of MedTech Europe, submitted on 20.12.2018: PDF

> Contribution of The European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA), submitted on 20.12.2018: PDF

> Contribution of the Industry Associations DIGITALEUROPE, ESIA, IPC, JBCE, ITI, KEA, SEMI and ZVEI , submitted on 21.12.2018: PDF

> Contribution of the Beryllium Science and Technology Association (BeST), submitted on 21.12.2018: PDF

> Contribution of the associations BeST, mmta, i2a, IMAT, submitted on 21.12.2018: PDF

> Contribution of several Industry Stakeholders, submitted on 21.12.2018: PDF

> Contribution of Japanese electric and electronic (E&E) industrial associations, submitted on 21.12.2018:

>> General comments: PDF

>> Attachment 2 detailed comments on methodology: XLSX

>> Attachment 3 as draft Appendix on substitute: PDF

>> Attachment 4 as draft Appendix on group of substance: PDF

>> Attachment 5 as draft Appendix on data gap: PDF

> Contribution of JBCE – Japan Business Council in Europe, submitted on 21.12.2018: PDF

> Contribution of Test and Measurement Coalition (TMC), submitted on 21.12.2018: PDF

> Contribution of Campine, submitted on 21.12.2018: PDF

> Contribution of the Swedish Chemicals Agency (KEMI), submitted on 21.12.2018: PDF

> Contribution of the European Chemical Industry Council - Cefic aisbl and Eurometaux, submitted on 21.12.2018: XLSX

> Contribution of Orgalime, submitted on 21.12.2018: PDF