Do your batteries respond to RoHS?

The revised RoHS (Reduction of Hazardous Substances) Directive 2011/65/EU explicitly mentions that it applies “without prejudice to the battery Directive” i.e. all articles regarding batteries are governed by the battery Directive rather than by the RoHS Directive. Therefore, batteries do not fall under the scope of the RoHS Directive and batteries which contain certain substances prohibited under RoHS Directive (such as cadmium, mercury and lead) can continue to be sold insofar as they comply with the provisions of the Battery Directive.

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