ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE SIMPLIFIED

REACH

Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH)
REACH is a global regulatory framework aimed at protecting people and the environment from chemical risks. Compliance with its various regulations worldwide can be demanding for companies, requiring significant resources to ensure product conformity across different markets.
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Prop 65

California Proposition 65
California Proposition 65 mandates that businesses disclose consumer exposure to harmful chemicals and prohibits water pollution. The chemical list is updated yearly, making compliance challenging for companies.
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RoHS Compliance

Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS)
RoHS encompasses global laws aimed at restricting or registering hazardous substances in consumer electronics. Compliance involves meticulous tracking of substance concentrations at the part level, posing a substantial management and reporting challenge.
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TSCA

Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) in the US authorizes the EPA to regulate certain chemical substances' production, importation, use, and disposal. With its multiple sections and specific requirements, TSCA compliance poses challenges for many companies.
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SCIP reporting

Substance of Concern in Products (SCIP) database
EU manufacturers, assemblers, distributors, and importers must submit detailed SCIP dossiers to the ECHA for products containing SVHCs. This process, requiring extensive information including details on the articles containing these substances, can be challenging and risky for companies without proper tools.
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PFAS

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS)
PFAS are under scrutiny worldwide for their toxicity. Laws regulating their use and requiring businesses to report their presence in products are expanding rapidly. Many struggle to keep up with PFAS compliance demands.
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Frequently asked questions

Yes, you can generate a Certificate of Compliance for any product or bom. Customize it with your company letterhead and content. Utilize GDX api’s to publish it on your company website.

Yes, integrations are available for a variety of systems. Integrations automate the loading of parts and boms into GDX, as well as summary compliance data back to your PLM system.

Yes, GDX provides you with access to a wealth of existing supplier declarations so you can focus on the gaps. GDX users frequently obtain 75% of their data immediately. Contact us for a complimentary analysis of your parts list and we will provide you with an estimate.

Yes, GDX provides an integration to SCIP so you can meet your reporting obligations.

GDX is free for suppliers and makes it easier for suppliers to share data with customers. If your supplier won’t author data in GDX, you can self-declare the data or utilize our affordable authoring service.

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