displays in the NEC MultiSync
EA series comply with many environmental
protection regulations as well as those required by independent standards
and quality assurance bodies.
RoHS directive 2002/96/EC
Constrains the use of hazardous materials in the manu-
facturing of electrical and electronic devices – in particular,
the use of lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium,
polybrominated biphenyl and polybrominated diphenyl ether.
All NEC display Solutions' products launched on the market since January
2006 have complied with the RoHS directive.
Note: The mercury in the CCFL backlight has a specific exception of the RoHS directive.
(Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment)
The objective is to avoid, reduce and dispose of electrical waste in an
environmentally-conscious manner. All NEC display Solutions' products since
the beginning of 2005 have fulfilled the WEEE directive.
With a multiplicity of ergonomic functions and technologies,
the NEC MultiSync
current TCO'03 standard. Alongside guidelines relating to
ergonomics and the emission of magnetic and electrical
fields, the TCO'03 standard also specifies enhanced recycling
procedures, maximum allowed energy consumption and stringent limits on
the use of chemical agents.
EA series desktop displays satisfy the
iSO 14001 Standard
Both NEC's own production plants as well as its external suppliers are
certified according to the strict iSO 14001 standard relating to environmental
management systems. This means that for all of NEC display Solutions' products,
all production processes have been optimised in keeping with environmental
considerations – whilst packaging, transport and recycling conform to the most
All the NEC MultiSync
Star label, Version 4.0 Tier 2, which in addition to standard
criteria, also specifies maximum limits to the displays'
EA series displays carry the Energy