Stop by EIATRACK Booth (#4831) for Free White Papers and Demos of Environmental Compliance Information and Worldwide Regulatory Tracking Service.
Arlington, Va. – Every electronic-product manufacturer or distributor is compelled to stay ahead of and comply with the numerous environmental and safety measures being imposed around the world. The costs for tracking these measures individually are astronomical.
To help understand the patchwork of complex product-based environmental legislation, pick up a free copy of the new EIATRACK white paper, "How to Ensure Your Products Meet Environmental Requirements in North America" (PDF), at the EIATRACK booth (#4831) at CTIA Wireless 2009 in Las Vegas, April 1-3. Copies of another recently released white paper in the EIATRACK series, "How to Ensure Your Products Meet Environmental Requirements in Europe" (PDF), will also be available.
Join TIA’s Environmental Programs Manager Ellen Farmer for free demos of EIATRACK’s environmental intelligence analysis service throughout the CTIA Wireless show.
In today's hypercompetitive market, falling out of environmental compliance in any jurisdiction can be disastrous, especially given the state of the global economy. Laws and policies are continuously being written and updated, presenting a massive challenge for manufacturers to keep pace.
EIATRACK was created to give information technology and electronics companies a tool to cost-effectively manage their compliance with environmental regulations globally and keep up with the increasingly urgent demand for product stewardship.
Owned by TIA, EIATRACK is a subscription-based web service that delivers information on product-oriented environmental compliance for the electronics sector in more than 100 global jurisdictions, including each state in the United States.
Check EIATRACK's regulatory alerts for breaking news
on topics such as China WEEE, Hong Kong subject report updates, and batteries regulations in Turkey.
The EIATRACK team is made up of legal and technical partners that cut across the disciplines of law, environmental policy and science. Compliance issues are tracked through subject updates and reports across jurisdictions.
TIA is also working with the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI), and the Electronic Components Certification Board to promote the value of the EIATRACK service to their member companies.
Get information about free demos and trials and subscribe to the service by contacting Ellen Farmer at +1.703.907.7582 or at email@example.com.About TIA
The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) represents the global information and communications technology (ICT) industry through standards development, advocacy, tradeshows, business opportunities, market intelligence and world-wide environmental regulatory analysis. With roots dating back to 1924, TIA enhances the business environment for broadband, mobile wireless, information technology, networks, cable, satellite and unified communications. Members’ products and services empower communications in every industry and market, including healthcare, education, security, public safety, transportation, government, the military, the environment and entertainment. TIA co-owns the SUPERCOMM® tradeshow and is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Visit tiaonline.org.
TIA’s Board of Directors includes senior-level executives from ACS, ADC, ADTRAN, Alcatel-Lucent, ANDA Networks, ArrayComm, AttivaCorp, Avaya, Bechtel Communications, Inc., Cisco Systems, Corning Incorporated, Ericsson, Inc., GENBAND, Inc., Graybar, Henkels & McCoy, ILS Technology, Intel Corporation, Intersect, Inc., LGE, Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia Siemens Networks, Nortel, Panasonic Computer Solutions Co., Qualcomm, Research In Motion, Sumitomo Electric Lightwave Corporation, Tellabs, Tyco Electronics, Ulticom, Inc., and Verari Systems. Advisors to the Board include FAL Associates, Orca Systems and Telcordia Technologies.
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