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Should Design Engineers Run Environmental Compliance?
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9/28/2011  11 comments
With the constant changes in environmental compliance, design engineers need support.
Scotland Attacks E-Waste Trafficking
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8/4/2011  6 comments
Scotland boosts its enforcement of WEEE (waste electrical and electronic equipment) by joining forces with Crimestoppers.
Lead-Free Solder Is Holding Up
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7/13/2011  5 comments
Lead-free solder hasn’t been failing like critics warned. Maybe the transition has been successful.
EU Updates Hazardous Substances Guidelines
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7/11/2011  6 comments
The European Union has published a revised RoHS that casts a wider net and offers fewer exemptions.
iNEMI Releases Lead-Free Process Book
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7/7/2011  2 comments
iNEMI has teamed up with Wiley and IEEE to produce a reference volume that covers a wide swath of information on lead-free solder.
REACH May Add 7 New Chemicals
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Is WEEE Overreaching?
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RoHS Risk Management White Paper
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EU targets motors for regulation
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RoHS Recast Webinar
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Euro Parliament Adopts RoHS Recast
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Details of the RoHS Recast
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RoHS Recast Nearly Complete
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XRF lead-free testing for toys
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New Handheld XRF Analyzer
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