Biamp Continues Going Green

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BEAVERTON, OR--Providing its customers with a line of products that meet environmental standards worldwide, Biamp's products are fully compliant with the China RoHS directive. The initiative to certify full compliance, led by Biamp's Environmental and Regulatory Compliance Committee, took less than a year and ensures that Biamp customers can continue business without concern for service interruption.

Effective March 1, 2007, all of Biamp's products will ship with marking and manual verbiage that comply with all of China's new RoHS laws. Biamp customers will notice all packaging includes the mandatory EPUP logo. This ensures that product will not release any defined hazardous substances, including lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, or brominated fire retardants.

Under the China RoHS directive, Biamp will also include a 'Table of Hazardous Substances', printed in Chinese, that identifies where any hazardous substances reside and to what degree. As part of its rigorous testing process, Biamp has determined its products will not release any prohibited substances for at least 10 years, if at all. For more information visit www.biamp.com.

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