ENOVIA is the collaborative innovation application which powers Dassault Systèmes suite of innovation solutions. ENOVIA solutions cover a large range of business processes—from project and program management to system engineering, product development and regulatory compliance—while also providing dedicated tools for IT professionals implementing V6.
Traceability and Environmental Compliance
Companies are subject to an array of increasingly stringent environmental regulations—in particular EU directives such as ELV (End-of-life Vehicles), RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances), WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment), REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals), and others.
About the Directives
End-of-Life Vehicles (ELVs) have been highlighted as a priority waste stream by the European Commission (EC) due to the growing concern over the amount of waste material generated by ELVs each year. ELVs amount to over 9 million tons per year and the resulting waste material has been identified as needing to be managed more responsibly. Targets were set for the reuse, recovery and recycling of vehicles and their components, and to encourage producers to design new vehicles with consideration of their end-of-life treatment. The European Parliament and the EC published the Directive, known as the End-of-Life Vehicles Directive, in the Official Journal L269 on October 21, 2000, (Directive 2000/53/EC).
The Directives on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) and the Restriction of the Use of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) in Electrical and Electronic Equipment are the product of work initiated by an European Commission (EC) Project Group. The RoHS Directive requires the elimination of lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, and certain brominated flame retardants including polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE). Further, the Annexes of the RoHS Directive provide a list of exemptions for certain applications where no current alternative exists. From July 1, 2006, all new electrical equipment placed on the market must comply with these substance restrictions.
The European Union’s (EU) Registration, Evaluation, and Authorization of Chemicals (REACH) Regulation requires pure substances, substances in preparations, or substances that are intentionally released from articles to be registered with the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) if manufactured or imported into the EU in quantities greater than 1 metric ton. In addition, REACH requires manufacturers and importers of articles to notify the ECHA of the presence of any Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) contained in amounts above 0.1% or greater, unless the substance can be shown to have no possibility of being exposed to humans during foreseeable usage conditions, including disposal. As a result, REACH requires manufacturers and importers to have a thorough knowledge of the chemical composition of their products and of the potential for any releases of those chemicals.
Discover Our Solutions
With ENOVIA Materials Compliance, Dassault Systèmes cuts through the complexities of compliance and helps companies to adapt their products to meet new directives in a simple hands-on manner, whether in terms of materials traceability, product recyclability, or dispersion of hazardous materials. Learn more about how Dassault Systèmes can help you comply by clicking on the listings below.
ENOVIA Materials Compliance Central enables companies to track, analyze, and report a product’s environmental compliance. Companies can assess their compliance against:
- RoHS for the EU, China, California, and South Korea
- Joint Industry Guide (JIG) A and B
- Global Automotive Declarable Substance List (GADSL) Prohibited and Declared
- Packaging for EU and US
- REACH initiatives
Product compliance engineers can view the material information in the context of the product bill of materials (BOMs), and cross-reference the data against multiple regulations.
ENOVIA Materials Compliance Supplier Portal provides tools for compliance engineers to determine which outsourced parts are unreported, generate material declaration requests for these parts, and import material declarations once suppliers provide them.
The software includes the ‘Compliance Connect’ spreadsheet, an industry standard tool for data collection and certification of material composition of supplier parts. The spreadsheet consists of worksheets for defining the product bill of material (BOM), material, and substances. Separate versions of the worksheet are available for:
- RoHS (collects data for the high-tech industry)
- ELV (collects data for the automotive industry)
- ELV+RoHS (collects data for the automotive and high-tech industries)
ENOVIA X-BOM Materials Compliance exposes compliance information directly in ENOVIA Engineering Central, enabling product engineers to design environmentally friendly products (eco-design). As design engineers use ENOVIA Engineering Central to navigate the bill of materials (BOM) and build product designs, calculated compliance values are displayed in part search results, engineering BOM reports, alternative parts listings, and manufacturer equivalent part summaries.
Visible calculated compliance values include the directives loaded into ENOVIA Materials Compliance Central when industry-specific data management options are installed. Those options and accompanying directives include:
- ELV Data Management module (ELV and prohibited and declared GADSL data)
- ROHS Data Management option (RoHS [EU, California, China, and Korea], JIG A, and JIG B
- Packaging Data Management option (EU and US Packaging)
ENOVIA ensured that our RRR (Reuse, Recycle, Recovery) certification program functioned smoothly. Without it, we wouldn’t have been able to fulfill our goal in such a short time.
Director of IT Department, Great Wall Motors
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- Industry Week - PLM Compliance Tips: ENOVIA's Recommendations
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