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How does Freescale determine compliance to banned substance requirements?

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How does Freescale determine compliance to banned substance requirements?

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Freescale adopted a balanced risk based approach to banned substance compliance. Freescale established the banned substances and maximum concentration values in the Freescale Eco-Design Substances Disclosure Specification (12MWS00047B). Freescale requires all materials to be compliant to this specification at the homogenous material level. Freescale calculates material content reports and determines compliance of its products using a combination of the measured weight data for piece parts within a package and the material content reports for those piece parts from the suppliers. Based on risk, materials are analyzed to confirm that disclosure data and calculations are accurate and materials are compliant.

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