Outsourced compliance data collection
You must have data to demonstrate that manufactured products meet applicable regulations and you need a reporting system with up-to-date legislation and regulations.
The video shows examples of the many compliance reports that can be generated with Greensoft Services.
GreenSoft data collection service has high completion rate and it covers all parts of the product: electronics (resistors, transistors, etc.), mechanics (screws, washers, hinges, etc.), and built-to-spec parts (PCB, metals, plastics, surface finish, etc.).
We will collect the required compliance data according to your reporting needs.
Additional service item examples
GreenSoft reporting system is based on Full Material Declaration (FMD) data and is therefore future-proof: you can check any prohibited substance now and in future, video.
GreenSoft SCIP Module supports generation and submission of SCIP Dossier and Simplified SCIP Notification (SSN) to the ECHA database. Both single product and product family submission is supported.
We have many software options starting from a single user desktop application, followed by enterprise and cloud based solutions. Component Disclosure Module is a new product that is targeted specifically for component manufacturers, video.
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a large class of thousands of synthetic chemicals that are widely used throughout major industry sectors including electronics.
Varying approaches to PFAS actions and differing opinions on how to restrict PFAS presents a challenge to manufacturers who seek to be proactive in addressing upcoming PFAS restrictions.
Why should I care?
The European Commission commits to phasing out all PFASs, allowing their use only where they are proven to be irreplaceable and essential to the society.
New reporting obligations in the US require manufacturers to be active in 2024.
EPA - Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements for PFAS, under TSCA Section 8(a)(7): anyone who has manufactured (including imported) a PFAS for a commercial purpose in any year since 2011, is covered by this rule. (must report during Nov 2024 – May 2025)
Maine PFAS reporting: must report intentionally added PFAS by 2025-01 (must report during 2024).
Minnesota PFAS reporting: must report intentionally added PFAS by 2026-01 (must report during 2025).
All US obligations cover electrical and electronic equipment, and it is unlawful to fail or refuse to submit the required information.
How to take care of it?
GreenSoft Technology has already begun to help our customers compile their own lists of PFAS chemicals to track in their products as part of our Data Services.
Know your products and submit the required information.