The June 8 2011, the revision of Directive 011 / 65 / EU (RoHS2) resstrizioni on the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment was published in the Official Journal of the European Union.
In order to answer questions about the scope of the Directive RoHS2 industry pumps and after careful analysis of the text of the Directive, shareholders EURUPUMP shared the new position paper attached to this article.
The European Regulation 305 / 2011 (Regulation on construction products, CPR) that harmonized conditions for the marketing of construction products applicable in all Member States since July 2013. The regulation replaced Directive CPD 89 / 106.
EUROPUMP, with the position paper annexed, has sought to stress that, even with the new wording of the applicable legislation, pumps and pumping stations are not generally considered "construction products" and therefore are not subject to the obligations imposed on the same the Regulations CPR.