As a global citizen for building digital infrastructure, Kemp is committed to green products compliant with all relevant environmental statutory and regulatory requirements to be your trusted green partner and help protect our environment.
Kemp commits to only supplying products that conforms to the European Union RoHS Directives 2011/65/EU and EU 2015/863.
The RoHS 1 – Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) – directive (2002/95/EC) has applied to certain categories of EEE since July 1st 2006. The new revised RoHS 2 directive (2011/65/EU) replaced RoHS 1 on January 2nd 2013 and the new RoHS 3 directive will amend the RoHS 2 directive to add 4 additional restricted substances to the already 6 mentioned.
The substances to which the RoHS 1 (RoHS 2 and RoHS 3) directive applies are (including the maximum concentration values by weight in homogeneous materials):
Kemp’s hardware does not exceed (by weight) the concentration levels of the above substances.
Under the RoHS directive ‘producers’ of equipment are responsible for ensuring that their products do not contain any of the 10 restricted substances. A ‘producer’ is defined as any person/organization who:
RoHS 2 is a CE marking directive that is applied in the European Union from 2nd January 2013.
The UK Conformity Assessed (UKCA) marking is a UK marking directive from 1st January 2021.
All products within the scope of CE and UKCA marking directives must meet the following requirements:
If you require any more information regarding Kemps commitment to RoHS, please contact email@example.com.
VP of Product Management