CronJ can help you understand and manage your compliance obligations.
Businesses depend on and affect the environment in several ways.
Expanding markets, businesses, and industrialization, while important for the economic growth and development of a society, can be harmful to the environment at the same time and hence roles of environmental regulations have become increasingly important over recent years. Meeting with legal environmental obligations allows you to monitor and control the effect your business has on the environment .Today’s corporations are faced with many challenges when it comes to designing, manufacturing, and distributing their products around the world. With over 10,300 environmental regulations globally, limited budget and resources, companies need to focus on the regulations that cover the broadest territory and encompass the strictest standards. In order to prevent stop shipments, fines, and fees, companies must align key regulatory requirements with programs throughout the supply chain. An environmentally friendly business that uses resources efficiently is more sustainable and more likely to minimize the impact of environmental risks.
Our Compliance services
We are global environmental compliance service provider for all product manufacturers to comply for the country wise specific Environmental Regulations. We strive to bring you a service that will put you at ease while designing and launching new product by sharing some of your responsibilities. We collaborate with customers to help their company meet the legal environmental obligations. We offer you custom-made solutions ideally suited for you on an individual case basis. We provide compliance services to various industries including Automotive, Aerospace, Petrochemical, Pharmaceutical, Electronics, Health care and Chemical Industries etc.
End-of-Life Vehicle (ELV) Directive Services
The Europe Union's End-of-Life Vehicle Directive (Directive 2000/53/EC - the “ELV” Directive) sets recovery targets for recycling of vehicles and components, encourages manufacturers to design their vehicles with part reuse and recycling in mind, and restricts the use of certain heavy metals(Lead, Mercury, Cadmium, Hexavalent Chromium) in new vehicle manufacturing processes.
We provide companies quick and effective solutions with quality assurance for the End-of-Life Vehicle Directive.
Using interfaces Material data system, PLMs such as Enovia’s Materials compliance Central (MCC), Team Center for Environmental Compliance (TcEC), iPoint and multi discipline engineering professionals we help you comply with End of Life Vehicles (ELV) Directive by taking your entire requirement and submitting it under your IMDS account.
We can also provide above services using China Automotive Material Database System (CAMDS).
In June 2007, the European Union Regulation (EC) 1907/2006 concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) was first released. This Regulation establishes specific duties and obligations for companies in the European Union (EU) that manufacture or import substances in quantities of one tonne or more per year to register these substances with European Chemical Agency (ECHA). REACH pertains to all chemicals including those used to make a product. This can include materials, solvents, paints, chemicals, and more.
We help your product comply with RoHS Directive.
RoHS stands for Restriction of Hazardous Substances. This is a European Union directive rather than a regulation.
The sole purpose is to address the global issue of consumer electronics waste. With the forever evolving technology world, many electronics are disposed and end up in landfills, which end up causing environmental and human health hazards. This directive pertains to manufacturing of various types of electronic and electrical equipment without the use of six different hazardous materials
The four most commonly mined conflict minerals (known as 3TGs) are cassiterite (for Tin), wolframite (for Tungsten), coltan (for Tantalum), and gold, all can be found in consumer products such as jewelry, mobile phones, computers, digital cameras and other electronics.
In 2010, Dodd-Frank Consumer Protection Act came into law. Section 1502 of that act addresses the international trade and use of Conflict Minerals. The goal of Dodd-Frank is to create the transparency to drive markets for conflict-free minerals.
Privately traded companies in the U.S. are required to submit conflict minerals filings under Dodd-Frank Section 1502. Is your company required to report on conflict minerals in your supply chain?
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