RoHS is a EU directive. REACH is a regulation of the EU. REACH refers to all chemicals used in making a product throughout the supply chain. It is important that all parties communicate clearly about this so that everyone is aware of the information. Of course, we comply with this.
Our company Jeveka, as importer and supplier of fasteners and tools, is aware of its responsibilities in relation to the REACH regulation. Jeveka B.V. guarantees that it will comply with these responsibilities in as far as the regulation applies to its products.Download / view the official REACH declaration
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Concerning guidelines: 2011/65/EU concerning the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS Directive), 2002/96/EC discard Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE Directive)
Annex 1B of directive 2002/96/EC provides a complete list of products covered by directive 2011/65/EU. All guidelines and publications can be found and downloaded at: EUR-Lex Europe EUR-Lex Europa
As far as our products contain lead, it relates as an alloying element in cutting steel. The maximum percentage of lead in cutting steel (0.35%) is exempt under the guidelines
Of course we are willing to answer your questions about this subject. Please contact us!
Since 2012, the line of conduct (Code of Conduct) has been issued by the EICC (Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition) not to use Conflict Minerals that are mined in the Democratic Republic of Congo. It concerns Tin, Tantalum, Tungsten and Gold, also called the 3TG substances. This directive is also known as the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Regulation.
Since almost no fasteners in our range are containing these substances and we will do our utmost to ensure that we do not support regime in this region, we comply with these regulations.
For more information, please visit the website of EICC >
Jeveka's precautionary measures have also been tightened up as a result of the guidelines that have been determined by the government and the RIVM with regard to the corona virus. See previous news item.