Pickering Interfaces Environmental Policy
Pickering Interfaces is committed to conducting its business in an environmentally responsible manner, in compliance with all applicable environmental, health and safety laws, and in a manner that promotes and protects the health and safety of our associates, customers and members of our local communities worldwide.
Pickering Interfaces operates under an environmental management system similar to ISO 14001.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive of the European Union (WEEE)
The WEEE directive is a wide ranging piece of European environmental legislation which is one of a number of European directives which implement the principle of “extended producer responsibility”.
The broad aim of the WEEE directive is to address the environmental impacts of electrical and electronic equipment when it reaches the end of its life and to encourage its separate collection, subsequent treatment, re-use, recovery, recycling and environmentally sound disposal.
Pickering Interfaces is working with our European sales and support offices across the Union to implement the new regulations. Implementation dates vary across member states therefore please contact your local sales and support office for more details.
The regulations apply to all electrical and electronic equipment put on the European market after Aug 13th 2005. WEEE products fall into one of ten categories (and three sub-categories) according to the WEEE directive.
Pickering Interfaces products fall under category 9, Monitoring and Control Instruments.