LONDON Anglia has been awarded the BSI RoHS Trusted Kitemark for awareness and implementation of the RoHS Directive requirements. The award recognises both Anglia’s level of knowledge associated with RoHS issues and the integrity of the processes and procedures it has put in place to comply with the RoHS Directive.
The RoHS Trusted Kitemark has been developed using a combination of the publicly available specification EIA/ECCB-954 and a formal protocol that has been specifically developed for the RoHS Directive.
Simon T. Bircham, Electronics and Electrical Product Manager BSI Product Services said, “Component suppliers will play a pivotal role in meeting the RoHS requirements, and we are delighted to be able to work with Anglia in helping them meet the requirements of the RoHS Directive.”
Malcolm Grant, Anglia’s Group Quality Manager, said, “Anglia began working towards RoHS as early as August 2003, and right from the start we took a pro-active role in encouraging our suppliers to provide us with detailed information on compliance in order to build up the database that we rely on today.”
In May last year Anglia launched a free Web-based information service called Part Tracker to assist its customers in meeting the RoHS Directive.
Lee Nye, (left) Marketing Director, and Malcolm Grant, Group Quality Manager, Anglia Components displaying their RoHS kitemark certificate.