Ecma helps to understand chemical emissions
Standard facilitates comparison of electronic equipment
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Geneva, 12 September 2007
Ecma International applauds the publication of ISO/IEC 28360 on the determination of chemical emissions from electronic equipment. This new standard facilitates comparison of products based on the amount of emitted substances.
The global ISO/IEC Standard is the result of successful cooperation between industry, research institutes, ISO/IEC JTC 1 and Ecma International.
Experts in Ecma standardised operation procedures and measurement methods in ECMA-328 to determine release rates of emitted substances from printers and other electronic equipment.
ISO/IEC 28360 and the 3rd edition of ECMA-328 are fully aligned.
About Ecma International
Since its inception in 1961, Ecma International (Ecma) has developed standards for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Consumer Electronics (CE). Ecma is a non-profit industry association of technology developers, vendors and users. Experts from industry and other organizations work together at Ecma to develop standards. Ecma submits its work for approval as ISO, IEC, ISO/IEC JTC 1 and ETSI standards and is a frequent practitioner of “fast tracking” of specifications through the standardization process in international standards organizations. Ecma publications can be downloaded free of charge from the Ecma International website www.ecma-international.org.
For more information: please contact Dr. Istvan Sebestyen, Secretary General of Ecma International.