Our Environment

IMO Precision Controls is committed to creating a better environment by continually reviewing our activities, products and services. We pride ourselves on the following:

Complying with current environmental legislation, and other requirements, as relevant to the Company's activities, products and services, and where possible adopt a pro-active stance meeting future requirements.

Being committed to the awareness and providing a training programme so that all employees understand the impact of their activities on the environment.

Maintaining waste management programme controls, segregation and disposal of waste materials and continually looking for ways in which to reduce and re-use these materials.

Evaluating the Company's packaging regularly, in order to reduce the impact on the environment.

Working towards improving the condition of the environment.

RoSH & WEEE Compliance

From 1st July 2006 the RoHS (2002/95/EC) & WEEE (2002/96/EC) Directives have resulted in significant changes to the Electrical & Electronics Industry. IMO Precision Controls Ltd recognized the need for sustainable development and therefore fully supported the implementation of the above legislation.

IMO Precision Controls continually monitors and reviews its product ranges to ensure that, where possible, any components that IMO Precision Controls market comply with the regulatory conditions. This ensures all IMO RoHS products do not contain any of the banned substances or contain a level equal to, or better than, those stipulated by the Directive for homogenous materials, that being

Cadmium (Cd)
Mercury (Hg)
Lead (Pb)
Hexavalent Chromium (Cr6)
Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBB)
Polybrominated Diphenylethers (PBDE)

<0.01%
<0.01%
<0.01%
<0.01%
<0.01%
<0.01%

(100ppm)
(1000ppm)
(1000ppm)
(1000ppm)
(1000ppm)
(1000ppm)


  WEEE Statement.
  RoHS Statement.

REACH Compliance

As of the 1st July 2007 the REACH Directive (1907/2006) was made law addressing the production and use of chemical substances, as well as their potential impacts on both human health and the environment, therefore all producers have to review the use of such chemicals in order to lessen or eliminate any potential health risks.

The EU has introduced a list of chemicals of Very High Concern (VHC) which have to be registered with the European Chemicals Agency (ECA) in Helsinki, Finland if they are used or imported in quantities over one tonne or more (per annum).

As with the RoHS & WEEE Directives, IMO Precision Controls continually monitors its products & processes to ensure that where possible any components that we market comply with the regulatory conditions.


  Reach Statement.


Other Regulatory Policies

  IMO ISO 9001 Certificate.
  Health and Safety Policy.
  Quality Policy.
  Conflict-Free Materials Statement