Sustainable and eco-friendlyAs a responsible global corporate citizen, Toshiba ensures that all laptops are fully compliant with European WEEE and RoHS directives, effectively reducing the environmental impact by restricting the use of lead, mercury and certain other hazardous substances.
What does EWRN stand for?
EWRN stands for European WEEE (Waste from Electric and Electronic Equipment) Registers Network (EU)
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- East West Research Institute (est. 1990; Centreville, VA)
- Environmental and Water Resources Institute
- Extra War Risk Insurance (shipping)
- Electronic Warfare Reconnaissance Surveillance and Target Acquisition
- Essex Wado Ryu Karate (UK)
- Electronic Warfare Reprogrammable Library
- European Workshop on Reinforcement Learning
- Enterprise-Wide Resource Management
- Enterprise-Wide Risk Management
- Eastern Washington Regional Network (US DOE sponsored research)
- Emergency Wetlands Reserve Program
- Eskene West Rail Project (Kazakhstan)
- Everglades Wetland Research Park (Florida Gulf Coast University)
- Eastern Western Range Safety Requirements
- European Workshop for Rheumatology Research
- Early Warning Rapid Response System (HIV/AIDS)
- Early Warning Reporting System
- European Weed Research Society
- Environmental and Water Resources Systems Analysis Symposium
- Electronic Warfare Request/Tasking Message
Samples in periodicals archive:
0 qualified, and compliant with European WEEE and RoHS directives, effectively reducing the environmental impact by restricting the use of lead, mercury and certain other hazardous substances, according to the statement.
The European WEEE Directive encourages closed-loop recycling by electronics manufacturers.
Even as industry adapts to the long-anticipated, well-advertised challenges of European WEEE and RoHs laws, an unprecedented expansion of legislative initiatives is underway.
Even as industry adapts to the long-anticipated, well-advertised challenges of European WEEE and RoHS laws, an unprecedented expansion of legislative initiatives is underway.
The European WEEE Directive will a place burden on food firms to ensure specialist disposal of electrical machinery and electronic equipment.
Department of Commerce, has reportedly stated that companies are turning in competitors that have not yet registered for the European WEEE Directive.