IPC and IPI to Hold Conference on Emerging and Critical Environmental Product Regulations


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It's a continuing challenge to stay current on global environmental regulations and issues such as EU RoHS exemption requests, China RoHS, EU REACH and the EU Circular Economy Strategy.

That is why IPC and ITI are again joining forces to help keep you ahead of the curve with the 2016 Conference on Emerging & Critical Environmental Product Regulations. To be held on June 6 (Boston), June 8 (Chicago Area) and June 10 (Silicon Valley), this year’s conference is your opportunity to hear expert insights on the recent EU Court of Justice decision on the definition of “article” and its impact on EU REACH, new developments for the EU RoHS exemption requests, and the recast and use changes to China RoHS.

This conference will provide anyone who is responsible for keeping their organization in compliance with environmental regulations the tools they need to comply with legal, regulatory, and customer requirements.

For more information or to register, click here.

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