Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 17 00:47:19 EST 2013 | tktak
What are the typical environmental regulations in the US for reflow exhaust if any? We are using a lead free process although I assume it has more to do with the flux than the alloys used. Do we need to look into something like a Title V permit?
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 17 09:21:39 EST 2013 | markhoch
In my experience, it depends on the city, county or state regulations. I've worked places where it is constantly monitored, other places where it's sampled. My current location, it isn't monitored at all.
Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 21 16:08:12 EDT 2011 | crystek1
Thank you for your comments. We are leaning toward storage in a drum until we arrange pickup also. Now the question is, with all the environmental regulations out there what kind of drum do we need to get so the hauler can take the waste away? Tha
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 07 13:44:56 EST 2006 | patrickbruneel
SCIENCE NEWS December 06, 2006 U.S. mulls removing lead from list of pollutants By Timothy Gardner NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. environmental regulators are considering removing lead, a heavy metal linked to learning problems in children, from a lis
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 27 17:47:04 EST 2001 | kerryn
The Smart Sonic 440-R SMT detergent is certified safe and effective by the EPA (I downloaded the documents from their web site). Is this true of the other chemistries that you referenced? If so, where can I find the documentation? If not, why not?
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 27 17:48:38 EST 2001 | kerryn
Hi Mike, The Smart Sonic 440-R SMT detergent is certified safe and effective by the EPA (I downloaded the documents from their web site). Is this true of the other chemistries that you referenced? If so, where can I find the documentation? If not,
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 10 09:16:10 EDT 2002 | bmulcahy
Hi, I think most of us in Europe in this industry know that the Pb regulations are not really based on any real environmental issue --rather a preceived one. The industrie's lobby does not seem to be effective ,so it is likely that the lead ban will
Electronics Forum | Fri Jul 28 19:55:31 EDT 2006 | scott
I would agree for a bare board house, are you NUTS? Look what happend to McCurdey's high tech line in S. Cal., go chewed up and spit out by China... Plating, etching, environmental issues, regulations, lack of people who like doing that work... endle
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 19 13:31:25 EST 2001 | billschreiber
Hello Mark, EPA Certification can be a tremendous help to the user that is evaluating new cleaning processes. Let�s face it, if it wasn�t for the Earth�s ozone layer, everyone would still be using CFCs and a vapor degreaser to clean stencils, PCBs