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December 19, 2007 (Edition 3)
Based on the recognition that environmental issues are critical issues shared among all people, initiatives are carried out at Allied Telesis K.K.
with harmony with the global environment as an important management theme. Until now, Our company have made considerations for reduced use of resources and reduced consumption of energy in products, but for the future our company finds appropriate measures applied at the purchasing stage of procured materials to be critical to the further reduction of burdens on the environment. As such, our company is promoting the preferred procurement of products, parts and raw materials that pose little burden upon the environment, also known as "Green Procurement," and to that end we established these "Green Procurement Standards." We will carry out Green Procurement as established in these Standards, and we ask for the understanding and cooperation of our business partners.
Allied Telesis K.K.
2006/05/25 Overall is revised, included EU RoHS Directive (2002/95/EC) 2007/12/19 * Reviced Allied Telesis Group Environmental Policy * Added below chemical substance at "8.3 Additional controlled substances", 2-(2H-benzotriazol-2-yl)-4,6-bis(1,1-dimethylethyl)- * Error correction (Name of Japanese Law's) Allied-Telesis.K.K.
1. Allied Telesis's Group Environmental Policy ------------------------------------------------------------------- 5 2. Allied Telesis's K.K. Green Procurement Procedure -------------------------------------------------------- 6 3. Scope of Application of Green Procurement Standards ---------------------------------------------------- 6 4. Requirements relating to Environmental Management System ------------------------------------------ 7 4.1. Establishment of Environmental Management System 4.2. Corporate Concept and Policy on Environmental Protection 5. Environmental Product Assessment Standards --------------------------------------------------------------- 7 5.3. Reuse of Resources, Consideration for Recycling and Reuse 5.4. Facilitating Treatment and Disposal 5.5. Environmental Considerations for Packaging Materials 6. Information disclosure -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15 6.1. Disclosure of information related to products 7. Reference Standards, Specifications and Laws --------------------------------------------------------------- 15 8. Attached Materials ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 16 Allied-Telesis.K.K.
1. Allied Telesis's Group Environmental Policy
As for Allied Telesis K.K., as the member of the Allied Telesis group, the group promotes the environment policy to specify. 1.1. Basic Philosophy
Allied Telesis Group recognizes the importance of preserving the global environment and contributes to sustainable social progress through utilizing its technologies and creative thinking for environmental preservation. Guided by such philosophy, the entire Group is committed to global environmental preservation activities. 1.2. Basic Policy
Allied Telesis Group is committed to continuous improvement of the environments and proactive prevention of pollution, and performs environmental management to fulfill its social responsibilities based on the following, 1) In the area of business activities of Allied Telesis Group, we view preservation of global environment as one of the most important management challenges and establish the Environment Management System, continuously improve corporate activities and strive to prevent environmental pollution. 2) With activities related to all processes of development and manufacturing of products at lower environmental load, we offer products with consideration of energy saving, resource saving and elimination of hazardous substances. 3) We strive to promote and improve activities for reduction, reuse and recycling waste materials (3R activities) to lower the environmental impact. 4) We comply with applicable laws and regulations related to the environment and self-imposed regulations in the industry as well as environmental requirements of stakeholders. 5) We continuously strive to improve the Environmental Management System by performing management review along with activities by setting environmental object and target. Allied-Telesis.K.K.
2. Green Procurement Procedure of Allied Telesis K.K.
Into Action of Allied Telesis's Group Basic Policy of Environmental Policy, Allied Telesis/Telesyn Group K.K. will add "Environment" to the existing indices "Quality," "Price", and "Delivery" in order to procure material which have the least negative impact to the environment. Allied Telesis K.K. shall implement the below so that users can use our products without any anxiety. *** Establishment and maintenance of environmental management system *** Implementation of environmental product assessment Based on the fundamental policy, we will implement procurement activities that satisfy requirements (1) and (2). Suppliers of materials and chemicals are kindly requested to understand our concept and cooperate to our activities. (1) Establishment and Maintenance of Environmental Management System
We will procure materials from suppliers who have established an environmental
management system in compliance with ISO 14001 or EMAS (the eco-management
and audit scheme) whenever possible
(2) Use of Environmental Product Assessment
We will make preference to procure products, parts, and materials that pose little burden on the environment.
Evaluation will be made from the viewpoint of regulations for chemicals, the 3R's (reuse, reduce recycle),
and reduced energy use.
3. Scope of Green Procurement Standards
*** Being applied to the Allied Telesis Group around the world. K.K. This standard shall be applied to all operating units of Allied Telesis Group K.K. for their procurement of materials. *** Materials (products, components, raw materials) All materials procured by Allied Telesis to compose our products including units, components, and raw materials. But equipment of production , instruments or office supplies are not included. Allied-Telesis.K.K.
4. Requirements relating to Environmental Management System
4.1. Establishment of Environmental Management System
It is desired that products, parts and raw materials subject to procurement are produced at and shipped
from plants operated based on ISO14001 or EMAS or other environmental management system standards
Allied Telesis will verify the environmental management system status of subject suppliers. 4.2. Corporate Concept and Policy on Environmental Protection
It is desired that suppliers have established concept and policy on environmental protection and disclose
the information to the public.
Allied Telesis will confirm the above, as needed. 5. Environmental Product Assessment Standards
Evaluation will be made from the viewpoint of regulations for chemicals, the 3R's (Reuse, Reduce Recycle), and reduced energy use. 5.1. Regulations for Chemicals
Products are to comply with the regulations for chemicals shown in Table 1.
This standard uses the Joint Industry Guide (JIG)-101 issued by the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) and
the guideline provided by Japan Green Procurement Survey Standardization Initiative (JGPSSI) with addition
material restrictions determined by Allied Telesis.
* As for JIG and Japan Green Procurement Survey Standardization Initiative (JGPSSI) , refer to the Web page below: http://home.jeita.or.jp/eps/009.html * Chemical content in product is prohibited.
* 6 chemicals regulated by EU "RoHS Directive" (2002/95/EC) * A threshold exists regardless of intentional or unintentional content.
* Chemicals contained in JIG-101 disclosure requested chemical list, level A.
* Intentional addition of chemicals to products prohibited.
* 9 chemicals regulated in Group A from JIG-101 disclosure requested chemical list, level A, except 6 chemicals of "RoHS Directive" order.
* Substances prohibited by existing Law.
* Use status of chemicals to be understood and controlled if contents in * Same as 9 chemicals of JIG-101 release requested chemical list, level B* Use of chemicals in production processes is prohibited.
* Production process is subject to control, regardless of contents in * Specific chemicals regulated by Ozone Layer Protection Act* Regulated chemicals only applicable to specific conditions * Chemical types or prohibition/control of content is specified for each Allied-Telesis.K.K.
5.1.1. Content prohibited materials, Group A (RoHS), Table 2
Content prohibited Group A materials (RoHS) of Allied Telesis
Products shall not contain chemicals listed in Table 2 exceeding the thresholds specified by EU RoHS order (2002/95/EC).
Thresholds and conditions are according to "RoHS Directive" (2002/95/EC).
As for chromium (VI) compounds of class A2 and lead of class A3, however their use may be permitted based on overall considerations for subject products, sales channel and region In such a case, written permission shall be submitted Table 2 Substances Prohibited to be Contained Allied Telesis Group
Statutory Order 1199 of December 23, 1992 on the Prohibition of Sale, Importation,and Manufacture of Cadmium-containing Products (Danish Law), 76/769/EEC, Marketing and Use of Dangerous Substances and amendments: (91/338/EEC, (75ppm *3) 91/157/EEC, 93/86/EEC); 2000/53/EEC (EU/ELV Directive); 2002/95/EC (EU/RoHS Directive); 94/62/EEC (EU Packaging Directive); US regulations on heavy metals inpackaging (17 US states).
2000/53/EC (EU/ELV Directive), 2002/95/EC (EU RoHS Directive), 94/62/EEC (EU Packaging Directive), US regulations on heavy metals in packaging (17 States).
76/769/EEC, Marketing and Use of Dangerous Substances and amendments:(86/677/EEC, 91/157/EEC, 93/86/EEC); 2000/53/EC (EU/ELV Directive), 2002/95/EC (EU/RoHS Directive), 94/62/EEC (EU Packaging Directive), US regulations on heavymetals in packaging (17 States), California Proposition 65.
76/769/EEC, Marketing and Use of Dangerous Substances and amendments: (86/677/EEC, 91/157/EEC, 98/101/EEC); 2000/53/EC (EU/ELV Directive); 2002/95/EC (EU/RoHS Directive); 94/62/EEC (EU Packaging Directive); US regulations on heavy metals in packaging (17 States), also New England Mercury-Containing ProductLegislation (VT, NH, MD, ME).
2002/95/EEC (EU/RoHS Directive), German law on dioxin 2002/95/EC (EU/RoHS Directive); German law on dioxin; 76/769/EEC, Marketing and Use of Dangerous Substances and amendments: (2003/11/EEC for Penta BDE, Octa BDE). US Law (Hawaii, Maine for penta BDE and Octa BDE) *1: Metals include their alloys.
*2: As for thresholds and calculating equations, those specified in "EU RoHS Directive" （2002/95/EC） areused.
*3: In regulatory command of Denmark on prohibition of sales, 75ppm now, change over 100ppm by RoHS Excerpt from overview of "EU RoHS Directive" (2002/95/EC) The information below mayby Add/Blot/Change.
* Threshold (maximum permissible content) - Cadmium: 100 ppm/homogenous material - Others: 1000 ppm/homogenous material * The following are exception in "EU RoHS Directive" - Mercury fluorescent lamp, - Mercury contained in other lamps - Lead in glass of cathode ray tubes, electronic components and fluorescent tubes.
* For details of respective chemical groups, refer to Attached Tables. Allied-Telesis.K.K.
5.1.2. Content prohibited materials, Group B, Table 3 Content prohibited Group B materials of Allied Telesis
Chemicals listed in Table 3 shall not be added intentionally to products.
Table 3 Substances Prohibited to be Contained Allied Telesis Group B
Law Concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc. (Class 1 chemical substances: Japanese law) Law Concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc. (Class 2 chemical substances: Japanese law) Law Concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc. (Class 1 chemical substances: Japanese law), 76/769/EEC, Marketing and Use of Dangerous Substances.
Law Concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc. (Class 1 chemical substances: Japanese law), 76/769/EEC, Marketing and Use of Dangerous Substances and amendments:(83/478/EEC; 85/610/EEC; 87/217/EEC; 91/659/EEC; 99/77/EEC). United States: Toxic Substances Control Act (restricts new uses); Occupational Safety and Health Act(29 CFR 1910.1001-1051).
76/769/EEC, Marketing and Use of Dangerous Substances and amendments: Law Concerning the Protection of the Ozone Layer through the Control of SpecifiedSubstances and other Measures (Japanese law), Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, 1990 revision of Article 611 of the Clean Air Act (US law), 76/769/EEC, marketing and Use of DangerousSubstances and amendments: (94/60/EEC; 97/64/EEC) Laws for the Regulation of Nuclear Source Material, Nuclear Fuel Material, and *1: Metals include their alloys.
*2: Short-chain type paraffin chloride with 10 to 13 carbon chain is subject to restriction.
*3: Azo die or pigment made of specific amine and subject applications are limited to those thatdirectly come into contact with skin for an extended period. (Specific amines are those listed in76/769/EEC, 19th modified command as listed in attached table 5.)*4: Montreal Protocol, As for details on subject substrates and classification, refer to attached tableB13. Although class II materials are not prohibited, they are included in substrates subject to * For details of respective chemical groups, refer to Attached Tables. 5.1.3. Content controlled substrates by Allied Telesis
The content of chemicals listed in Table 4 in products shall be understood and controlled.
Should contents exceed the specified thresholds, the contents and positions shall be clearly indicated.
Table 4 Substances Restricted to be Contained by Allied
*1: Metals include their alloys.
*2: As for nickel, disclosure is required for applications subject to contact with skin for extended period, except alloys (example: stainless steel).
*3: Bromine fire retarding agents except PBB and PBDE groups Responded by ISO code 1043-4 or CAS No.
*4: Subject chemicals are limited to the following three: ** Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DBHP) ** Dibutylphthalate (DBP) ** Bis (2-methoxyethyl) phthalate (DBP) * For details of respective chemical groups, refer to Attached Tables. Allied-Telesis.K.K.
5.1.4. Substrate prohibited from use in production (ozone layer destructive material),
Attached Table 6 List of chemicals with prohibited use in production process
Products shall not use the specific substrates listed in Attached Table 5 in production processes, as
"The Law Concerning the Protection of the Ozone Layer through the Control of Specified Substances and other Measures"
(Japanese Law : Law No.53 of May 20, 1988)
(Specific substrates are listed in Attachments A, B and C of Montreal Protocol restricting use of ozone layer destructive materials.)
Table 5 List of chemicals prohibited from use in production process
5.1.5. Additionally restricted substrates (applicable only to products used under specific conditions)
The respective requirements shall be satisfied for products listed below:
Table 6 Substances Prohibited to be Contained Additional Allied Telesis
5.2. Energy Saving
The power consumption of a product during operation and standby shall be reduced to the extent possible and meet the following requirements. 5.2.1. Adoption of saving function
A product able to have the power saving function shall have functions to automatically reduce
the power consumption of components other than the main power supply and/or separate a part of the system
by mean of operations by operator or schedule function.
5.2.2. Compliance with the "Law Concerning the Rational Use of Energy" (Japanese Law)
When a product corresponds to the special equipment designated by the law, the following requirements
shall be satisfied.
*** The energy consumption efficiency must be indicated according to the law.
*** Consideration must be paid to the target of energy consumption efficiency specified by the law and
effort made for achieving the target.
Typical examples of specific equipment of concern (Article 7 of Act on Rational Use of Energy, revised on October 6, 2004) : 6. Computer 7. Magnetic disc unit 5.2.3. Compliance with "Energy Star Program"
When a product is subject to the "Energy Star program", the power consumption standard specified
by the program shall be satisfied.
[Typical examples] Computer, display, printer, scanner, facsimile, copier, and multifunction 5.3. Reuse of Resources, Consideration for Recycling and Reuse
Consideration shall be paid to easy recycling and re-use when designing a product, and the following requirements should be satisfied. 5.3.1. Unification of plastic materials
Unify the plastic materials used for product as much as possible.
5.3.2. Use of easy-to-recycle plastic materials
Avoid use of thermosetting plastics to a product, which are difficult to recycle, as much as possible.
Instead, use general-purpose plastic for easier recycling.
Avoid use of composite materials (glass fiber, metal fiber and other mixed materials) whenever possible, as they
adversely affect the recycling performance.
[Reference: Use recommended general-purpose plastic materials] (From the information processing equipment environmental design assessment of JEIDA-G-19-2000 guideline, Ver. 2) *** Polyethylene (PE) *** Polystyrene (PS) *** Polypropylene (PP) *** Polycarbonate (PC) *** Acrylonitrile, butadiene styrene (ABS) *** Acrylonitrile-styrene copolymer (AS resin) 5.3.3. Restriction of painting and plating on plastic materials
Avoid painting and plating of plastic part surface of a product as much as possible, which makes it difficult
to recycle the materials.
5.3.4. Materials indication marking
Materials of all parts of a product weighing 25grams or having a flat surface area of 200mm shall be indicated according to the JIS or ISO standard. Materials indication should be provided as much as possible even for plastic parts less than the specified weight or surface area. [Reference: Related standard on plastic material indication] *** JIS K6899 (ISO1043-1) : Plastics - Symbols - Part 1: Basic polymers and their special characteristics *** JIS K6899-2 (ISO1043-2) : Plastics - Symbols - Part 2: Fillers and reinforcing materials *** JIS K6999 (ISO11469) : Plastics - Generic identification and marking of prastic products Allied-Telesis.K.K.
5.3.5. Materials of documents attached to products
Manuals and documents attached to products shall meet the following requirements:
(1) Recycled paper must be used for all pages of a document.
(2) Covers of a document must be free from plastic coating which can be an obstacle for recycling.
5.3.6. Indication to products using Rechageable battery
For products that use Rechargeable batteries, shall be observed
"Law for the Promotion of Effective Utilization of Resources", and the recycle mark regulated by law be indicated.
Types of Rechageable batteries regulated by : "Law for the Promotion of Effective Utilizatiton of Resources" *** Sealed lead storage battery *** Sealed alkaline storage battery (Limited to sealed nickel-cadmium strage battery) *** Sealed alkaline storage battery (Limited to sealed nickel-hydrogen strage battery) *** Lithium storage battery 5.3.7. Corresponding to "J-Moss"
If Products coresspond to "J-Moss" target products, Keep the Law, Marking and Inform duty.
The coverage becomes the part of "Specified Resources-Reutilized Product" by "Law for the Promotion of Effective Utilization of Resources". The coverage with the J-Moss standard which was specified by the partial revision of the gauge ministerial ordinance which the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry granted 2006/4/27 *** Home electronics (TV, Air conditioner, Refrigerator, Washing machine, Microwave oven, Cloth drier) *** Personal Computer JIS C 0950:2005 "The marking for presence of the specific chemical substances for electrical and electronic equipment" 5.4. Facilitating Treatment and Disposal
Consideration on easy treatment and disposal of a product shall be considered and the following requirements shall be satisfied. 5.4.1. Ease of separation and disassembly and reduction of composite parts
A product shall be capable of separating and disassembling to identical and unit materials by hands or using
general tools (Philips screwdriver, standard screwdriver, nutdriver, wrench, hexagon wrench, tweezers,
nippers, pliers, and/or hammer), except when use of special screws is specified for prohibiting modification,
when disassembly should be made difficult for preventing fire or ensuring safety to human body
or other reasons.
[Reference: Exceptional examples] *** Products for which use of special screws is mandatory requirement by laws or regulations - Portable telephone, radio equipment, etc. *** Products of which disassembly must be difficult for preventing fire, ensuring safety to human body or other reasons. - Power supply, battery, galvanic cell, etc *** Products (parts) having no alternative means or materials for functional reasons - Power supply, signal wires and cables (including flexible cable), damper surface (rubber+iron), etc. *** Others (complex part not adversary affecting treatment and disuse and unavoidable parts) - Plastic parts with silk printing - Adherence of adhesive agent to metal parts such as by pressure sensitive adhesive tape - Steel plate with resin coating - Assembled printed circuit board Allied-Telesis.K.K.
5.5. Environmental Considerations for Packaging Materials
Packaging materials of a product shall satisfy the following requirements. This items shall be applied to products packaged at vendors and supplied directly to customers without unpacking by Allied Telesis. (Examples: Software media and options sold as units and directly supplied to our customers) Therefore, this item is not applicable to products unpacked by Allied Telesis after delivery to Allied Telesis. Nor is it applicable to the collective packaging use to send items to Allied Telesis.
5.5.1. Packaging materials
Packaging materials shall satisfy the following requirements:
(1) Corrugated cardboard for packaging shall have a content of used paper of 70% or more.
(2) Paper materials used for packaging shall be free of plastic coating or bonded art paper for decoration
or improving the printing quality, which is an obstacle for recycling.
(3) Packaging materials shall not contain polyvinyl chloride for preventing production of dioxin caused by
incorrect treatment ,except when appropriate alternate materials are not available.
(4) Protective bags shall be made of paper or polyethylene, polypropylene or other easy-to-recycle plastics,
except vacuum aluminum bag, static electricity breakdown proof bag, static preventive bag or other special-purpose-bags.
(5) Protective bags made of paper shall be free from plastic coating or parts bonded at windows.
5.5.2. Marking on packaging materials
Packaging materials shall satisfy the following requiremenｓ and have indication of materials
(1) A packaging material using a plastic material shall have indication of the material according to the JIS or ISO standard, at an easy-to-read place. (2) For a container corresponding to the designated container by the "Law for the Promotion of Sorted Collection and Recycling of Containers and Packaging (Containers and Packaging Recycling Law)", the material identification indication which is the mandatory requirement specified by the "Law for the Promotion of Effective Utilization of Resources" shall be provided. Table 7 Definition of Packaing
Poly BagPrinting Ink used packaging materials Packaging Tape, Scotch Tape, etc. (use for Packaging) *** ATTACHMENT FOR PRODUCTS, NOT PACKAGING BumperRACK Mount kitMagnet kitAC Adapter / AC Cable Paper Manual, Warranty card,Release note, etc.
Pallet, Container, Lapping Film, Tape, Band, etc.
Used for Logistics, not shipment to customer.
6. Information Disclosure
The following information shall be available for release upon our request. 6.1. Disclosure of information related to products
The following information shall be available for release upon our request: (1) Dividing method of large-size products (2) Information relating to parts used (types and quantities of component materials) (3) Disassembly procedure of complicated structure product and information relating to special tools required (4) Characteristics and disposal method for special materials used (5) Information necessary for recycling - Position of substrate of which recycling is impossible (mainly content prohibited and content controlled materials) - Selection method for substrates useful at recycling (metals, reusable plastics) 6.2. Submission of non-use certificate
Non-use certificate for a product or packing materials shall be readily available upon our request. [Reference: Typical non-use certificate of which submission is requested by Allied Telesis ] - Non-use certificate or material prohibited by Allied Telesis - With/without content of materials suppressed by allied Telesis and content certificate - Chemical content data of the product (JGPSSI / JIG form) - Product safety data sheet (MSDS) on chemicals used - Non-use certificate of materials restricted by the Ozone Layer Protection Law - Polyvinyl chloride non-use certificate - Inspection report before shipment 7. Reference Standards, Specifications, and Laws
*** EU RoHS Directive (2002/95/EC)
*** Joint Industry Guide (JIG)
*** Japan Green Procurement Survey Standardization Initiative (JGPSSI)
*** Law Concerning the Protection of the Ozone Layer through the Control of Specified Substances and other Measures
(Japanese law: 1988 #53)
*** Law Concerning the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc
(Japanese law: 1973 #117)
*** Industrial Safety and Health Law (Japanese law: 1972 #57)
*** Laws for the Regulation of Nuclear Source Material, Nuclear Fuel Material, and Reactors
(Japanese law: 1957 #166)
*** Law Concerning the Rational Use of Energy (Japanese Law: 1979 #49)
*** Law for the Promotion of Effective Utilization of Resources (Japanese Law: 1991 # 48)
*** Law for the Promotion of Sorted Collection and Recycling of Containers and Packaging
(Japanese Law: 1995 #112)
*** Energy Star Program
*** JEIDA-G-19-2000 Information processing equipment environmental design assessment guideline, Ver. 2
*** JIS K6899 (ISO1043-1) : Plastic symbols and abbreviations, section1: basic polymers and their characteristics
*** JIS K6899-2 (ISO1043-2) : Plastic symbols, Section 2: fillers and reinforcement materials
*** JIS K6999 (ISO11469) : Plastic-Indication and indication of plastic products
*** JIS C 0950:2005 :
The marking for presence of the specific chemical substances for electrical and electronic equipment (J-Moss)
*** Proposition 65 : Safe drinking water and Toxic enforcement act of 1986, (Act state of California)
8. Attached Materials
8.1. Substances prohibited to be contained
TABLE A5&A6 — Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBBs) and Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDPolybrominated Biphenyls (PBBs) and Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs)Bromobiphenyl and its ethers 2052-07-5 (2-Bromobiphenyl)2113-57-7 (3-Bromobiphenyl92-66-0 (4-Bromobiphenyl)101-55-3 (ether) 59080-40-936355-01-8 (hexabromo-1,1’-biphenyl)67774-32-7 (Firemaster FF-1)36483-60-0 (ether) Pentabromobidphenyl ether (note: Commercially available PeBDPO is a complex reaction mixture containing a variety of for commercial grades ofbrominated diphenyloxides.
TABLE B9 — Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) TABLE B10 — Polychlorinated Naphthalenes TABLE B14-1 — Ozone Depleting Substances/Isomers* Carbon Tetrachloride (Tetrachloromethane) 1,1,1, - Trichloroethane (methyl chloroform) and its isomers except 71-55-6 1,1,2-trichloroethaneBromomethane (Methyl Bromide) Bromodifluoromethane and isomers (HBFC’s) * These materials may contain isomers that are not listed here. Isomers with CAS numbers have been included when available.
TABLE B14-2 — Hydrochlorofluorocarbons/Isomers* 1,1,1,2-tetrachloro-2-fluoroethane (HCFC 121a) 1,2-dichloro-1,1,2-trifluroethane (HCFC-123a) 1,1-dichloro-1,2,2-trifluroethane (HCFC-123b) 2,2-dichloro-1,1,2-trifluroethane (HCFC-123b) 1-chloro-1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane (HCFC 124a) 1,1,1-trichloro-2-fluoroethane (HCFC131b) 1,2-dichloro-1,1-difluoroethane (HCFC 132b) 1,1-dichloro-1,2-difluoroethane (HFCF 132c) 2-chloro-1,1,1-trifluoroethane (HCFC-133a)) Dichloropentafluoropropane, (Ethyne, fluoro-) (HCFC 225) 2,2-Dichloro-1,1,1,3,3-pentafluoropropane(HCFC 225aa) 2,3-Dichloro-1,1,1,2,3-pentafluoropropane (HCFC 225ba) 1,2-Dichloro-1,1,2,3,3-pentafluoropropane (HCFC 225bb) 3,3-Dichloro-1,1,1,2,2-pentafluoropropane (HCFC 225ca) 1,3-Dichloro-1,1,2,2,3-pentafluoropropane (HCFC 225cb) 1,1-Dichloro-1,2,2,3,3-pentafluoropropane(HCFC 225cc) 1,2-Dichloro-1,1,3,3,3-pentafluoropropane (HCFC 225da) 1,3-Dichloro-1,1,2,3,3-pentafluoropropane (HCFC 225ea) 1,1-Dichloro-1,2,3,3,3-pentafluoropropane(HCFC 225eb) 3-chloro-1,1,1-trifluoropropane (HCFC 253fb) * These materials may contain isomers that are not listed here. Isomers with CAS numbers have been Allied-Telesis.K.K.
NOTE : Please note that the European Community’s ban only applies to certainazocolourants and azodyes that by reductive cleavage of azo groups may releaseone of the above 22 aromatic amines.
TABLE B11 — Shortchain Chlorinated Paraffins Only short-chain chlorinated paraffins with carbon length of10-13 atoms are covered.
Triphenyltin N,N'-dimethyldithiocarbamate Copolymer of alkyl acrylate, methyl methacrylate and tributyltin methacrylate(alkyl; C=8)Tributyltin sulfamate Mixture of tributyltin cyclopentanecarboxylate and its analogs (Tributyltin naphthenate)Mixture of tributyltin 1,2,3,4,4a, 4b, 5,6,10,10adecahydro-7-isopropyl-1, 4a-dimethyl-1-phenanthlenecarboxylate and its -analogs (Tributyltin rosin salt)Other Tributyl Tins & Triphenyl Tins Allied-Telesis.K.K.
8.2. Substances restricted to be contained
TABLE C3 — Beryllium/Beryllium Compounds Allied-Telesis.K.K.
TABLE C7 — Brominated Flame Retardants (other than PBBs or PBBEs) Brominated Flame Retardants (other than PBBs or PBBEs) Brominated flame retardant which comes under notation of ISO 1043-4 code number FR(14) [Aliphatic/alicyclic brominated compounds]Brominated flame retardant which comes under notation of ISO 1043-4 codenumber FR(15) [Aliphatic/alicyclic brominated compounds in combination with antimony compounds]Brominated flame retardant which comes under notation of ISO 1043-4 codenumber FR(16) [Aromatic brominated compounds excluding brominated Brominated flame retardant which comes under notation of ISO 1043-4 code number FR(17) [Aromatic brominated compounds excluding compounds] Brominated flame retardant which comes under notation of ISO 1043-4 code number FR(22) [Aliphatic/alicyclic chlorinated and brominated compounds]Brominated flame retardant which comes under notation of ISO 1043-4 code number FR(42) [Brominated organic phosphorus compounds]Poly(2,6-dibromo-phenylene oxide) 3,5,3’,5’-Tetrabromo-bisphenol A (TBBA) TBBA carbonate oligomer, phenoxy end capped TBBA carbonate oligomer, 2,4,6-tribromo-phenol terminated Brominated epoxy resin end-capped with tribromophenol Brominated epoxy resin end-capped with tribromophenol 2-Hydroxy-propyl-2-(2-hydroxy-ethoxy)-ethyl-TBP N,N’-Ethylene –bis-(tetrabromo-phthalimide) Ethylene-bis(5,6-dibromo-norbornane-2,3-dicarboximide) Chlorinated and brominated phosphate esther Hexabromo-cyclo-dodecane (HBCD), unspecified 1,2-Dibromo-4-(1,2 dibromo-methyl)-cyclo-hexane Allied-Telesis.K.K.
8.3. Additional controlled substances
Gum containing benzene in a quantitative amountof more than 5% by volume of solvent (including dilutants) of the saidgumPolychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) Polychlorinated naphthalenes (substances with three or more chlorine atoms Aldrin(1,2,3,4,10,10-Hexachloro-1,4,4a,5,8,8a- hexahydro-exo-1,4-endo-5,8-dimethanonaphthalene)Dieldrin(1,2,3,4,10,10-Hexachloro-6,7-epoxy- 1,4,4a,5,6,7,8,8a-octahydro-exo-1,4-endo-5,8-dimethanonaphthalene)Endrin (1,2,3,4,10,10-Hexachloro-6,7-Epoxy- 1,4,4a,5,6,7,8,8a-octahydro-endo-1,4-endo-5,8-dimethanonaphthalene) (1,1,1-Trichloro-2,2-bis(4-chlorophenyl)ethane) 2,3,3a,4,7,7a-hexahydro-4,7-methano-1H-indene, -1,4,5,6,7,8,8-Heptachloro-3a,4,7,7a-tetrahydro- 4,7-methano-1H-indene, and their analogs) N,N'-ditolyl-p-phenylenediamine, N-tolyl-N'-xylyl-p-phenylenediamine, and N,N'-dixylyl-p- phenylenediamine2,4,6-tri-tert-butylphenol methylidenebicyclo[2.2.1]heptane)Mirex(Dodecachloropentacyclo[220.127.116.11.2,60.3,90.4,8]d 2385-85-5ecane) (2,2,2-trichloro-1,1-bus(4-Chlorophenyl)ethanol)
Methylprednisolone Induce Terminal Differentiation in the U-937 Human Myelomonocytic Leukemia Cells 1Mersin University, Faculty of Science and Art, Department of Biology, Mersin2Hacettepe University, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Ankara, Turkey ABSTRACT Differentiation studies have shown that methylprednisolone have some roles onto the leukemia cell line such as HL-60