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The Turkish government enacted its restrictions of hazardous substances (RoHS) rules on electrical and electronic equipment in June 2019.

Six hazardous substances (lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, PBBs, and PBDEs) are targeted and the same 10 first EU RoHS product categories are in the scope.

Therefore, assessments, testing, and declarations of electronic devices exported to Turkey must be performed accordingly.

The Turkey RoHS regulation is similar to Europe RoHS, with the additional obligation to fill out a Conformity Declaration Form and submit it every year to the Turkish Ministry of Environment and Forestry.

The original RoHS and WEEE regulation number 28300, Atık elektrikli ve elektronik eşyalar (AEEE) was drafted in 2012, in Turkish.

Turkey RoHS

Should you have any questions about Turkey RoHS, comments or needs, don’t hesitate to contact Enviropass.