We are committed to minimising the impact of our operations and products. As a global manufacturer, we comply with global product-related regulations and work with our suppliers and customers to help ensure that our products improve safety and can be managed in an environmentally sound way.
We work to limit the environmental impact of our electronic products and take the principles of extended producer responsibility seriously, incorporating them into our day-to-day business.
Taking account of the environment is a part of our design process. Four characteristics guide our design teams during their work: energy efficiency, resource efficiency, recycling and compliance with regulations. Our Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) process is used to gather information about the potential environmental impact of a product. This process takes place on selected products and the assessments adhere to the ISO 14040/14044 standards.
The crossed-out wheeled bin symbol indicates that waste electrical and electronic equipment as well as waste batteries and accumulators should not be discarded together with unseparated household waste, but must be collected separately. The product should be handed in for recycling in accordance with the local environmental regulations for waste disposal. By separating waste electrical and electronic equipment as well as waste batteries and accumulators, you will help reduce the volume of waste sent for incineration or land-fills and minimize any potential negative impact on human health and environment.
Eaton Electrical Systems Ltd
WEEE Registration Number: 419WB
Producer Responsibility Organization: WEEE Ireland