RoHS / WEEE
Bradley is committed to providing superior quality products that meet or exceed customers requirements and government regulations. Bradley suppliers are required to certify that the products purchased meet the RoHS directives and when a customer specifically requests constructions that use noncompliant products they are offered compliant alternatives.
The RoHS directives and their companion WEEE legislation were drafted to prevent the massive increase of electronic waste entering Europe's landfills. RoHS attacks the problem at the beginning of a products life cycle ensuring that environmentally harmful substances are eliminated from the production of electronic equipment.
WEEE attacks the problem at the end of a products life cycle by encouraging recycling and making manufacturers responsible for the collection and disposal of the products they produce.
It is the goal of Bradley Nameplate to be prepared for any future regulations both in the US and abroad, to ensure that all products are RoHS compliant and are of the high quality and caliber Bradley customers have come to expect.