UltraDisk’s compliance with environmental regulations

UltraDisk is committed to addressing growing environment concerns regarding electronic products. We are working diligently to design, develop, and market products that reduce environmental impact and ensure materials used in our processes do not pose a potential hazard to our employees, customers, or the environment. We strive for this through the entire life cycle of our products.
In addition to testing our products for regulatory compliance, we also meet the requirements of prominent globally recognized standards such as RoHS and WEEE. Here, we minimize the use of hazardous materials as well as offer our customers ways to properly dispose of and recycle products.

RoHS 2 Compliance (2011/65/EU)

RoHS 2 is a product-level compliance based on the European Union’s Directives 2011/65/EU and EU 2015/863 on the restriction of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment. UltraDisk strives to ensure that all products and packaging materials sold by UltraDisk to Europe are fully RoHS 2 Directive (2011/65/EU). A RoHS 2 compliance statement can be provided upon request. In accordance with the requirements of the directive, UltraDisk created and compiled a technical document which has a maintenance period of ten (10) years. Upon request, the technical documentation will be made available to national regulatory authorities in order to demonstrate conformity.

REACH Implementation

REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals, EC 1907/2006) is the European Union’s chemical regulation. UltraDisk supports the objective of REACH to further improve the European Union’s chemicals regulatory system, including the intent to advance public health and safety and protect the environment. UltraDisk is committed to meet all REACH requirements and will provide our customers with information about substances in our products that are within the scope of the regulation. Our products have been reviewed for SVHCs and have been found to be below the threshold limit of 0.1%.