REACh Statement

Diamond Electronics Ltd is fully aware of the EU Regulation (EU) Nº 1907/2006, relating to the “Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals” commonly known as REACh, which came into force on the 1st June 2007.

Diamond Electronics is a distributor and importer of electronic parts, supplying a wide range of components that are specified by our customers during their own product development process.

As we operate in the downstream sector of the supply chain, we continually collect data to support our ongoing risk assessment processes and obligations on REACh compliance.

By agreement, customers may pass over responsibility for their component supply chain which may/may not include the production of PCBA’s or final product assemble.

Should an “SVHC” be identified in any part of this process, above the threshold of 0.1% by weight, we will communicate the information to our customers. We will monitor legislation for additions to the range of Chemicals and/or thresholds of existing substances.

Diamond Electronics is not aware of any breaches in our supply chain with regard to products we supply within the scope of the REACh Regulation.

Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC’s) according to Article 33

Diamond Electronics Ltd is fully aware of the requirements stated in Article 33 of the REACH Regulation and endeavours to provide its customers with relevant information available from our suppliers in a timely way.

The current list of SVHC’s is published by the European Chemicals Agency and may be viewed here.

For further information and advice on European regulation No1907/2006 “REACH” please visit ECHA.

For further information please contact our compliance team


REACh Statement – March 2020