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Center for Information Technology Renato Archer. The Brazilian e nvironmental standardization for electrical and electronic products. Center for Information Technology Renato Archer – CTI Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation – MCTI Campinas – SP – Brazil.
The Brazilian environmental standardization for electrical and electronic products
Center for Information Technology Renato Archer – CTI
Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation – MCTI
Campinas – SP – Brazil
Changes in the industrial model
New processes adding value in Brazilian supply chain, due to the National Policy on Solid Waste
Promote the optimization of the economy, taking into account the functional conditions, safety and environmental requirements throughout the product life cycle
Essential to implement the National Policy on Solid Waste
International Electrotechnical Commission
Is the world´s leading organization that prepares and publishes international standards for all electrical, electronic and related technologies.
The Brazilian Association of Technical Standards
Is the organization of technical standardization in Brazil and the exclusive Brazilian representative for the international and regional entities:
Ecodesign, material declaration, test methods, cleaner production, recycling, etc.
IEC TC 111 – International environmental standardization for electrical and electronic products and systems
Objective: To prepare necessary guidelines, basic and horizontal standards, including technical reports, in the environmental area.
ABNT CE 03:111.01 – Brazilian environmental standardization for electrical and electronic products and systems
Objective: Providing the Brazilian standards for environmentally friendly electronics, acting as a mirror of the IEC TC 111.
Around 60 companies contribute to CE 111, as well as researchers and development centers, universities and government institutions
The requirements for reverse logistics systems for electronic equipments are essential to implement the National Policy on Solid Waste
Encourage the development of competence in electronics recycling, objecting to reduce damage to the environment
Ensure that processes adopted are consistent with best practices in waste management, avoiding incorrect destination of materials
Ensure occupational health and safety of those involved in the processes of electronics recycling
The fundamentals of the Brazilian requirements for recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipments
Occupational health and safety
Traceability of electronic waste
IEC TC 111
ABNT CE 111
COPANT (Pan American)