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REACH Seminar: European Union's Latest Updates on Pre-registration  (13 October 2008)

In order to keep members abreast of the latest development of REACH since the pre-registration period commenced in June, the Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance (HKGMA) held the captioned seminar on 13 October with over 150 participants attended.

Mr Joachim Kreysa, Director for Cooperation of ECHA (European Chemicals Agency), was invited to deliver a speech on latest updates of REACH enforcement and on providing compliance guidelines for Hong Kong enterprises.  Other speakers included Mr Clement Li, Principal Consultant of the Hong Kong Productivity Council, Mr Winco Yung, associate professor, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Hong Kong Polytechnic University; and Mr Raymond Ho, Director of Environmental Management, North Asia, Hewlett-Packard AP (Hong Kong) Limited.
 Presentation Material: "Introduction on REACH" by Mr. Clement Li
 Presentation Material: "Latest Updates on REACH Pre-registration" by Mr. Joachim Kreysa


REACH Workshop: How Non-EU Manufacturers can Ascertain which Products and Materials should follow Registration or Notification Requirements  (30 May 2008)

The Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance (HKGMA) and FHKI jointly held the REACH Workshop: How Non-EU Manufacturers can Ascertain which Products and Materials should follow Registration or Notification Requirements at the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) building on 30 May. This event was supported by the Trade & Industry Department’s SME development fund.

Mr Sunny Chai, chairman of HKGMA had reported the study mission to Brussels Belgium and expressed his views on REACH regulation to HK industries. Distinguished speakers included Prof Winco Yung, associate professor, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Hong Kong Polytechnic University; Clement Li, senior consultant of automotive and electronics, HKPC; and Kenneth Tam, senior manager of Corporate Environmental, Health & Safety Management, Gold Peak Industries (Holdings) Ltd. They elaborated on the details of chemical substances that require registration and notification as well as compliance work regarding the REACH regulation. Over 110 attendees participated in this workshop. 
 Presentation Material: "How non-EU manufacturers can ascertain which products and materials should follow registration or notification requirements." by Prof. Winco Yung
 Presentation Material: "How to Prepare for Registration and Notification" by Mr. Clement Li


HKGMA Mission to Brussels, Belgium: REACH (13 - 17 April 2008)
A study mission to Brussels Belgium was led by Sunny Chai, chairman of the Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance (HKGMA), from 13 to 17 April 2008.  The main objective was to gain the latest information on REACH during a workshop co-organised by the European Commission and European Chemicals Agency (ECHA).  The delegation successfully held meetings with officials from various organisations including the ECHA as well as with the deputy representative of the HKSAR Economic and Trade Office, Wong Yuet-wah.  The delegates also visited several companies and factories in Belgium to exchange views on green manufacturing and actions needed for REACH compliance. 


Workshop: The Compliance Requirements of Textile & Clothing Industry for REACH  (17 January 2008)
To provide textile and clothing industry with updated information regarding the REACH regulation, the Hong Kong Manufacturers Alliance and the Federation of Hong Kong Industries co-organised a workshop with Hong Kong Productivity Council, Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Hong Kong Trade and Development Council, which was held on 17 Jan 2008 at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Overseas speakers were invited to deliver speeches including Dr Heribert Buergy, Head of Market Control & Advice Section, Division of Chemical Products, Federal Office of Public Health FOPH, Switzerland and Dr Norbert Hiller, Managing Director of INTECHICA. Both of them elaborated the latest developments and effect of REACH regulation on textile and clothing industry. Also, Mr Wong Poon Lap, Eco-Design Team, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering of Hong Kong Polytechnic University introduced the registration method, IUCLID 5 software. More than 50 participants attended the event. 
  Presentation Material: "Latest Update, Effects and Case Sharing (textile and clothing industry) of REACH" by Dr. Heribert Buergy
  Reference Information: "Information sources on restrictions and determination methods-extract" by Dr. Heribert Buergy
  Reference Information: "Study case on Clothes" by Dr. Heribert Buergy
  Presentation Material: "Case Sharing of Textile and Clothing Industry for REACH" by Dr. Norbert Hiller
  Presentation Material (bilingual in English and Simplified Chinese): "REACH in brief" by Dr. Norbert Hiller
  Presentation Material: "Introduction of IUCLID 5 Software" by Mr. Wong Poon Lap


16th Hong Kong-Guangdong Watch Seminar (30 Nov 2007)
Hong Kong Watch Manufacturers Association, The Federation of Hong Kong Watch Trades and Industries, Shenzhen Watch Manufacturers Association, Guangdong Watch Manufacturers Association had jointly organized the "16th Hong Kong-Guangdong Watch Seminar" at Dongguan on 30 November, 2007.  Mr. Sunny Chai was invited to be the guest speaker on behalf of the Chairman of Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance to share the topic of "Accessing the impact of European Union's legislation on returns management in Electronic and Electrical industries".

Mr. Sunny Chai, Chairman of HKGMA marked the opening of seminar on "Recent Development in Product Safety Legislation and Enforcement (REACH & RoHS)" on 13 Oct 2007 at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibitation Centre. Mr Chai had shared his experince on REACH regulation and product legislation with guest speakers Mr Keith Bailey, Head of the European Chemicals Policies Team, department of Environment, food and rural affairs of United Kingdom;Mr Yang Meng, engineer of the Ministry of Industry Information of the People Republic of China;Mr Raymond Ho, director of environment management from Hewlett-Packard (AP) Hong Kong Limited and Mr Kenneth Tam, senior manager of corporate environment, health and safety management from Gold Peak Industries Holdings Ltd.
 


Seminar: Recent Developments in Product Safety Legislation and Enforcement (REACH & RoHS) (13 October 2007)
The seminar "Recent Developments in Product Safety Legislation and Enforcement – REACH & RoHS" was successfully held on 13 Oct 2007 at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. This seminar was held by Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance (HKGMA) and FHKI, and co-organized with Hong Kong Electrical Appliances Manufacturers Association and Hong Kong Trade Development Council. It was also supported by Trade & Industry Department SME development fund. 

Speakers, Mr. Keith Bailey (Head of European Chemicals Policies Team, Chemicals and Nanotechnologies Division of Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, United Kingdom), Mr. Raymond Ho (Director of Environmental Management, North Asia, Hewlett-Packard AP (Hong Kong) Ltd), Mr. Yang Meng (Engineer of Ministry of Information Industry of the People's Republic of China) and Mr. Kenneth Tam (Senior Manager of Corporate Environmental, Health & Safety Management, Gold Peak Industries (Holdings) Ltd.) elaborated on the recent developments and implementation of REACH in EU and China RoHS as well as the compliance work of corporates to deal with REACH and product regulations. Over 200 audiences attended this event.
  Presentation Material: "Latest development of REACH in EU" by Mr. Keith Bailey
  Presentation Material: "Hewlett-Packard's Approach to REACH" by Mr. Raymond Ho
  Presentation Material (chinese version only): "Current status and planning of China RoHS" by Mr. Yang Meng
 


Reverse Logistics World Asia 2007 (19 Sep 2007)
Reverse Logistics World Asia 2007 was held from 18 to 19 September, 2007 in Singapore.  Mr. Sunny Chai, Chairman of HKGMA, is one of the guest speakers to share about "Accessing the impact of European Union's legislation on returns management in Electronic and Electrical industries".


Green Logistic Conference "Staying Ahead for Business Success" (13 Sep 2007)
Hong Kong Trade Development Council had organized "Staying Ahead for Business Success - Green Logistic Conference" on September 13, 2007 at Hong Kong Covention and Exhibition Centre.  Mr. Sunny Chai was invited to be one of the guest speakers to share about the implementation of green manufacturing system. Fellow industrialists from logistics, electronic products, governement body and representatives of related services providers attend the event.


 Leaflet: Supporting Industries to Achieve Readiness for the European Union's Regulation REACH
  Leaflet


Interview at Metro Finance Radio (24 Aug 2007)
Mr. Sunny Chai, Chairman of HKGMA, was interviewed by Metro Finance on 24 August 2007. The development and influence of environmental directives & REACH regulation and news of toy recall were mentioned.  Mr. Chai believed that manufacturers should keep abreast of product directives and meet the challenges ahead positively.  

Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance (HKGMA) aims at creating a green regime of products and manufacturing system by enhancing the competitiveness of industries and promoting the latest environmental information through organizing workshops and seminars for the industries.


Seminar: Managing European Union, China & Korea RoHS Compliance (13 August 2007)
A seminar on "Managing European Union, China & Korea RoHS Compliance" was organised by Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance (HKGMA) on Monday, 13 August 2007 at the Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel. The turn out was overwhelming. Three distinguished industry experts from Korea, EU and Hong Kong were invited to explain the latest developments of EU RoHS directive and share their experience on RoHS compliance in various countries. The speakers were Prof. Lee Kun-mo, Managing Partner, ECODESIGN Company, Mr. Beat Kreuter, Nemko Shanghai Representative Office and Mr. Kenneth Tam, Senior Manager, Gold Peak Industrial Holdings Limited (in order of speaker sequence). 
  Presentation Material: "Korea's Experience on Managing RoHS Compliance" by Professor Lee Kun-mo
  Presentation Material: "The European RoHS Directive - Implementation, Compliance Approach and Enforcement" by Mr. Beat Kreuter


Delegation from the Health & Safety Executive, UK (6 Aug 2007)
The delegates from the Health and Safety Executive of United Kingdom and Federation of Hong Kong Industries visited Cha's Electronics on 6 August 2007. Fook Tin demonstrated its achievement in sustainable development and show-cased the operation under Hazardous Substance Process Management (IECQ QC080000 HSPM) to Mr. Tim Harris, Policy Advisor of Health and Safety Executive of UK and representatives of FHKI.


 

Press Briefing & Seminar (2 Aug 2007)
The Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance (HKGMA) announced the launching of  a 24-month project "Supporting Industries to Achieve Readiness for European Union's Regulation REACH" at the press briefing on 2 August 2007. The Federation of Hong Kong Industries and the HKGMA have sucessfully applied the funding from the Small & Medium Enterprises Development Fund of the HKSAR Government.  Co-organizers include the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and the Hong Kong Productivity Council. 

Mr. Sunny Chai, Chairman of HKGMA said, "European Union has commenced REACH regulation on 1st June. This regulation covers all kinds of chemical substances and posts prominently impact on industries. I hereby urge the industries to start compliance work to sustain the  development of buiness."

 


 

Press Release: FHKI & Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance jointly support the industry to prepare for the influential REACH regulation (2 August 2007)
The Federation of Hong Kong Industries (FHKI) and the Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance (GMA) today (Thursday) held a press briefing to announce the launching of a 24-month project entitled Supporting Industries to Achieve Readiness for European Union's Regulation REACH, with the financial support from the Small & Medium Enterprises Development Fund of the HKSAR Government. Co-organisers include the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and the Hong Kong Productivity Council.  

 


 

Seminar: The Implementation of Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) (2 August 2007)
The EU has enforced the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) to regulate all imported chemical substances, effective since 1 June 2007. FHKI invited Mr. Tim Harris, Policy Advisor of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), International Chemicals Unit UK, to explain the background and implementation of REACH. Prof. Winco, K.C. Yung, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, was also invited to elaborate the influence of REACH policy to industries.
 Presentation Material: "REACH" by Mr. Tim Harris (UK REACH Competent Authority)
 


FHKI & Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance jointly launch "Supporting Industries to Achieve Readiness for European Union's Regulation REACH" Project (9 July 2007)
The Federation of Hong Kong Industries (FHKI) and the Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance (HKGMA) announced the launching of a 24-month project – "Supporting Industries To Achieve Readiness for European Union's Regulation REACH" supported by the Small & Medium Enterprises Development Fund of HKSAR Government. Co-organisers include the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and the Hong Kong Productivity Council... (please refer to Press Release for details)
 Press Release - "Supporting Industries to Achieve Readiness for European Union's Regulation REACH" Project 
 


Workshop: "Summary of WEEE and RoHS Directives and Forecast of Further Development " (8 May 2007)
A workshop for "Summary of WEEE and RoHS Directives and Forecast of Further Development " was organised by HKGMA and FHKI on Tuesday, 8 May 2007 at the Langham Hotel.  The seminar was packed with enthusiastic participants seeking for up-to-date information.  FHKI invitied Hong Kong experts in electronic, electrical, toys and watch industries with an intention to conclude the effect of WEEE and RoHS Directives. This wrap-up seminar also forecasted further development made by the EU government on green manufacturing. The seminar contained five presentation sessions from distinguished speakers. The speakers were Dr. Vicky Lu of the Ministry of Information Industry of People's Republic of China, Mr. Chris Smith of the National Weights and Measures Laboratory (UK's RoHS Enforecement body), Prof. KB Chan of the HKGMA, Mr. Alan Chan of Wynnewood Corporation Limited, Mr. Kenneth Wong of the Hong Kong Watch Manufacturers Association Ltd. and Prof. Kun-Mo Lee of the ECODESIGN Company (in order of speaker sequence).  Overall, the workshop was very successful and we would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved. 


China RoHS Update (May 2007)

Effective 1 March 2007, China RoHS requires all domestic products and imports on 7 hazardous substances to have adequate labeling, including green label for hazardous substances below concentration limits; and orange label for hazardous substances over the limits. The regulation covers 1,000 specified products in 10 electronic product categories, including both finished products and components. 
  China RoHS Update (May 2007)
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FHKI launches Green Mark (30 January 2007)
The Federation of Hong Kong Industries (FHKI) announced in a press conference that the ‘Hong Kong Green Mark Certification Scheme’ (Green Mark) is officially launched. Green Mark is a green-manufacturing certification scheme designed for manufacturing and service companies of any size operating in Hong Kong, mainland China and Macau.

Green Mark is managed under the Hong Kong Q-Mark Council established under the auspices of the FHKI, and commended and recognised by the Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance (HKGMA). It is a system certification scheme designed to identify, control and monitor the environmental aspects of a company’s operation. 

To know more about the scheme, please visit our Green Mark webpage
For more information on the press conference, please visit FHKI webpage (News & Updates)


1 day Seminar on International Environmental Legislations and EcoDesign on
RoHS, WEEE, EuP & REACH – A Practical Approach (12 January 2007)
A seminar on International Environmental Legislation and EcoDesign on RoHS, WEEE, EuP and REACH - A Practical Approach was co-organized by HKPC, HKEAMA and HKGMA on 12 January 2007 at HKPC Building. The seminar covered EU environmental legislations update, RoHS/WEEE/EuP/REACH enforcement in EU and international environmental legislations. There was also an experience-sharing forum, moderated by Prof. Martin Goosey, with panelists invited from Gold Peak Industries (Holdings) Ltd., Surface Mount Technology Ltd. and Shinhint Industries Limited. The seminar was well-attended by 90 participants.

Mr. Raphael Veit, Perchards, spoke to Hong Kong industries an overview of WEEE enforcement in EU Member States and illustrated examples of national approach.  Recommendations were also addressed on maintaining WEEE compliance. Mr Beat Kreuter, Nemko Shanghai Representative Office, presented the enforcement guidance of RoHS in EU Member States.  He also highlighted the measures on RoHS compliance and provided suggestions for industries on maintaining RoHS compliance. 


Seminar: Trend of Green Materials and Environmental Management System for Toys Industry (8 January 2007)
Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance (HKGMA) organised a seminar to introduce the emerging EuP Directive and the Environmental Management System to the industries on 8 January 2007. 


Workshop: WEEE and RoHS Directive - Impacts and Solutions (1 November 2006)
A workshop for "WEEE and RoHS Directives – Impacts and Solutions" was organised by HKGMA and FHKI on Wednesday, 1 November 2006 at the Langham Hotel.  The workshop was packed with enthusiastic participants seeking for up-to-date information.  To kick-off the workshop, Mr Sunny Chai, Vice President of HKEAMA, was invited for the opening speech.  Two notorious speakers, Mr Ortwin Meeuws and Mr Roland D'Aubioul, were also invited to give talks and guidance to our Hong Kong Manufacturers in fulfilling the compliance of EU's WEEE & RoHS Directives.  Both speakers are from Belgium.  Mr Meeuws is a member of the Technical Adaptation Committee (TAC) of the WEEE Directive and a communication policy advisor, while Mr D'Aubioul is a Managing Director of Europe Asia Trading Consultant Agency (Eatca).  Overall, the workshop was very successful and we would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved. 

 WEEE & RoHS European Green Directives - Impact & Solutions for distributors & manufacturers of electrical equipment: presented by Mr. Roland D'Aubioul, Managing Director EATCA

WEEE Directive: presented by Mr. Ortwin Meeuws


Seminar: Latest RoHS & WEEE Policies & Enforcement
On 13 October 2006 at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2006 (Autumn Edition), the HKGMA organised a seminar on "Latest RoHS & WEEE Policies & Enforcement".  The turn out was overwhelming.  Dr. Roy Chung, the Chairman of TDC Electronics/Electrical Appliances Industry Advisory Committee, was present to give the opening speech to kick-off the seminar.  There were 5 other distinguished speakers, giving talks ranging from the EU RoHS to China RoHS.  The Chairman of HKGMA, Prof. KB Chan, would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved. 


Workshop : Managing RoHS and WEEE Compliance through Green Manufacturing (4 August 2006)
Mr. Randy Canfield, President, CEO of SBGi Institute spoke to Hong Kong industries on how to manage RoHS and WEEE compliance in a 1-day workshop on 4 August 2006. Mr. Canfield started with an overview of effective management of hazardous substances and compliance approaches. In particular, Mr. Canfield presented the management approaches to achieving WEEE and RoHS compliance as a means of reducing risks and liabilities. 


DTI's Representative Explained on RoHS Enforcement
Mr. Steve Andrews, Head of Eco-design & Product Policy, Sustainable Development, Department of Trade and Industry, UK visited FHKI on 28 July 2006 and briefed industry members on the latest development of RoHS enforcement.  In his presentation, Mr. Andrews introduced the latest RoHS Enforcement Guidance Document produced by the EU RoHS Enforcement Authorities Informal Network, which reviews the direction of RoHS enforcement of the EU Member States.

 RoHS Directive: presented by Steve Andrews
 RoHS指令簡報:Steve Andrews主講


Workshop: Achieving RoHS and WEEE Compliance through Green Manufacturing (12 May 2006)
On 12 May 2006 Dr. Irina Stobbe from Gerrnany delivered a 1-day workshop on RoHS and WEEE Directives for the industries. In addition to introducing the latest developments of RoHS and WEEE, Dr. Stobbe also suggested how industries could prepare for the directives.  She also mentioned the importance of eco-design and its relation to green manufacturing.


Seminar : Achieving RoHS and WEEE Directives through Green Manufacturing (18 April 2006)
Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance (HKGMA), in conjunction with the Hong Kong Electrical Appliances Manufacturers Association (HKEAMA) and the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC), held a seminar on 18 April 2006 at HKPC. Officiated by Professor K.B Chan, Chairman of HKGMA, the seminar contained four presentation sessions from distinguished speakers after a launching ceremony of the RoHS Compliance Suppliers Database. The speakers were Mr. Wing Chiu of the Trade Development Council, Prof. K.B. Chan of the HKGMA, Mr. Hans-Jochen Lueckefett of the Krug and Petersen Government Affairs & Consulting GmbH, and Prof. Y. C. Chan of the City University of Hong Kong (in order of speaker sequence).


Briefing : The EU Directive on Energy-using Product (EuP) and European/Japanese Green Electronics Legislation (13 April 2006)
Professor Martin Charter updated the industries of the latest development of the EuP Directive as well as the European/Japanese green electronics legislation in a briefing session jointly organised by the Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance (HKGMA) and the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) on 13 April 2006.


HKGMA Study Mission to Brussels
Led by Prof KB Chan, Chairman of HKGMA, the Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance (HKGMA) organised a study mission to Brussels from 5 to 9 March 2006.  The delegation successfully held meetings with various organizations including the Industry Committee of the European Parliament, the Environment Committee of the European Parliament, the Consumer Protection Committee of the European Parliament, the German Chamber of Commerce, the Trade Committee of the European Parliament, the European Commission, Directorate General Enterprise, the European Commission, Directorate General Environment, the European Commission, Directorate General Consumer Protection as well as European Council representatives.


Seminar : The Impact of the EU Energy Using Products (EuP) Directive and the Hong Kong Mandatory Energy Efficiency Labelling Scheme Consultation on the Electrical and Electronic Industries (22 September 2005)
Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance (HKGMA), in conjunction with the Hong Kong Electrical Appliances Manufacturers Association (HKEAMA) and Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC), organised a seminar to introduce the emerging EuP Directive and the Hong Kong Mandatory Energy Efficiency Labelling Scheme Consultation to the industries on 22 September 2006.


The Innovation and Design Expo (21-23 November 2005) and the Business of Environment Conference
The Innovation and Design Expo was held between 21 and 23 November 2005 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. HKGMA set up a promotional booth at the Expo to promote the HKGMA. Also, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council organized the Business of Environment Conference during the Expo.


Workshop on RoHS/WEEE (7 November 2005)
The workshop was organized by the HKGMA. It was held at Room 601 of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on 7 November 2005. We invited Dr. Ir. Ab Stevels, who is an expert in the EU Directives on WEEE/RoHS, to speak at the workshop. Dr. Ir. Stevels talked about the measures to be taken by the manufacturers in order to cope with these two Directives. He also talked about the recycling system in the Netherlands and EcoDesign in this workshop. About 100 participants attended this workshop.  


Exhibition Booth at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2005 (13-16 October 2005) and the Hong Kong Lighting Fair (26-29 October 2005)
To promote the HKGMA, we took part in the Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2005 and the Hong Kong Lighting Fair 2005 by having an exhibition booth at each of these two fairs. These two booths were offered free of charge by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council. At the exhibition booths, we promoted the HKGMA to the visitors and distributed the information leaflets.


Seminar on “Green Awareness – Updates from Overseas Experts and Hong Kong Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers on EuP / RoHS / WEEE Directives” held at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2005 (14 October 2005)
The seminar, organized by the HKGMA and co-organized by the Federation of Hong Kong Industries, Hong Kong Electrical Appliance Manufacturers Association and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, was held at the Theatre 1 of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on 14 October 2005. Guest speakers at the seminar included our Chairman Dr. K B Chan, Mr. John Chai (Fook Tin Technologies), Mr. Thomas Chaung (LTK Industries), Mr. Hans-Jochen Lueckefett (Krug und Peterson Government Affairs & Consulting GmBH) and Mr. Peter Adler (IKEA). About 300 participants attended this seminar.


Briefing Session on the EU Directive on Energy-using Product (EuP) by Professor Martin Charter (4 October 2005)
The briefing session, organized by the HKGMA in association with the Hong Kong Productivity Council, was held at the Conference Room of FHKI on 4 October 2005. We invited Professor Martin Charter to speak on the EU Directive on Energy-using Product (EuP). This briefing session aimed to enhance the participants' awareness on the EuP Directive.


RoHS and WEEE : Strategic Seminar for Electronic Industry (7 July 2005)
Hong Kong Green Manufacturing Alliance (HKGMA), Hong Kong Electronics Industry Council (HKECI) and Hong Kong Electronic Industries Association (HKEIA) jointly organised a seminar on 7 July 2005.  Distinguished speakers included Dr. K.B. Chan , Dr. W. K. Lo, Mr. Clement Li, Mr. Jeremy Tan, Mr. Simon Cua, Mr. Maxime Elbaz, Mr. Lawrence Law and Ms. Miranda Lee (in order of speaker sequence).