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Environmental Correspondence to Motor Requirements

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With the rising awareness of environmental protection, our motor products have also produced a variety of topics. The figure above shows roughly the elements corresponding to the environment, requiring that our correspondence must conform to the laws and regulations of various countries, the standards set by customers alone, and taking into account the use of products and export destinations. However, the company believes that it is not only to meet the social needs, but also to enter the society of environmental information sharing that is the responsibility and obligation of Shengyue Motor.
Reference: Environmental Directives in Europe
ELV (End of Life Vehicle) Directive
Directive of the European Parliament and Council on Vehicles Abandoned
In the EU (EU) area, except for some exceptions, the materials and components of automobiles that are banned from the market after July 1, 2003 contain lead, mercury, cadmium and hexavalent chromium. ELV directive to prevent the generation of vehicle waste, reduce waste disposal, establish a collection, treatment, reuse of abandoned vehicles and other mechanisms, in order to reduce environmental load.
WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Directive
Directives of the European Parliament and Council on scrap electrical and electronic equipment
WEEE directive is to prevent and control the generation of electrical and electronic equipment wastes and the reuse, recycling and other forms of recycling of wastes, in order to reduce the amount of waste disposal. (Resolution adopted by EU Mediation Committee in January 2003) The target values of recovery rate, reuse rate and recycling rate for all kinds of products are 50%-80%. Manufacturers of electrical and electronic equipment in this category are required to bear the costs of recycling, disposal and recycling waste. The governments of the participating countries must encourage the design and manufacture of such electrical and electronic equipment to be easy to disassemble and recycle. The RoHS directive was formulated to supplement the WEEE directive.
RoHS (Restricting the use of Hazardous Substance) directive
Directive on Restrictions on the Use of Specific Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Since July 1, 2006, EU has banned the use of six substances, namely cadmium, mercury, lead, hexavalent chromium, and brominated flame retardants (PBB, PBDE) for new electrical and electronic equipment. This directive aims at minimizing the risks to the environment and health. It is a supplementary directive to the WEEE directive. For substances that are not technically substituted, exemption from the application of the directive is allowed.