April 28, 2020
Consumers are demanding more environmentally friendly products and governments are pushing hard for stricter environmental regulations. Sharing their product insights, Ninestar said “that for its G&G cartridges it conducts supplier audits adhering to a number of international standards and our in-house policies, ensuring they deliver qualified raw materials. In the process of turning raw materials into finished products, hazardous substance control precautions have been strictly taken. Its lab also conducts random quality inspection for each batch of G&G products before shipment.”
Ninestar explained: “We submit our products regularly to world’s leading third-party Inspection Company, SGS. Our tested G&G products are verified by SGS that they all comply with Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS), REACH Regulation, and Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC).”
Higher standards are coming, the Green Deal, part of the EU agenda for Europe, maps out Europe’s strategy to becoming the first climate-neutral continent, by proposing several measures to reduce the continent’s greenhouse gas emissions and increasing biodiversity.
Effective 1 March 2020, Russia introduced stricter controls on a large number of product groups including telecommunications equipment and computers, printers and consumables and similar devices. These regulations mirror EU directives.
The Italian Ministry of the Environment and the Protection of the Territory and the Sea recently published new minimum environmental criteria for toner and inkjet cartridge supplies and for the rental or lease of printers and MFPs.
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Ninestar has passed the IECQ HSPM QC 080000 certification that provides the requirements needed to demonstrate to the international market place that the organization has developed, documented, and implemented processes for managing the production, selection and use of electronic components, assemblies, processes and related materials in accordance with customer, local, national and international HSF requirements (like Sony Green, Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS), Waste Electrical and the Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directives, Registration Evaluation Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), China RoHS and other local environmental regulations) for their scope of activity.
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