The Electronics Product Development Center’s Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) testing laboratory is now licensed to operate with our recently acquired FDA certificate.

This is made to follow the RoHS2 Directive mandated in 2011 to deal with the rapidly increasing amounts of electronic waste. This includes hazardous substances such as lead, mercury, and cadmium, which can cause major environmental and health problems.

RoHS compliance makes electronics manufacturing safer at every stage of an electronic device’s life cycle and reduces the environmental effect and health impact of electronics.

The RoHS Compliance Testing is now considered to be one of the most important standard procedures for mainly big or budding manufacturers, sellers, distributors as well as recyclers of electrical and electronic components.

EPDC RoHS Testing is capable of detecting the 6 restricted substances (Cadmium, Lead, Mercury, Bromine, and Chromium). Those are mostly known to pollute landfills badly and they are even considered dangerous in regards to the occupational exposure happening around manufacturing and disposal.