Your customers are looking to you for sustainable and responsible solutions. How are you leading the way?
Sustainability Checklist: How Do You Fare?
You have a firm grasp of existing and emerging environmental legislation (Conflict Minerals, RoHS, REACH, California Green Chemistry, etc.) and the impact it has on your business and supply chain.
Design for Environment (DFE) is a key component in your product innovation strategy.
Sustainability plays a key role in your product lifecycle risk analysis.
Environmental compliance is a key consideration in due diligence when you’re selecting a contract manufacturer.
A reliable Design for Environment and Sustainability service offering is a key asset when selecting your strategic design and manufacturing partner.
Responsible Business Operations
At Creation Technologies, we realized quickly that environmental protection legislation (such as the European Union’s Restriction of Hazardous Substances and RoHS Recast) presents us all with an opportunity to look ahead to the future and do our part in helping to make responsible decisions for our environment.
Creation began producing lead-free product in 2004, and today builds products that are RoHS-compliant, as well as compliant with many other product and region-specific regulations for our customers.
Our Compliance Assurance System encompasses manufacturing, materials and downstream supply chain controls, and is fully integrated within our quality system framework.
In addition to rigorous systems to ensure you have complete peace of mind during the manufacturing process, we have also developed an industry-leading program to support our customers in their own transitions to green product.
Our thorough and thoughtful approach to the EU’s RoHS directive has provided us with the infrastructure to support our customers as additional environmental directives and protection legislation like REACH, the RoHS Recast and the Dodd-Frank Act’s Conflict Minerals continue to emerge worldwide.
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