International Material Data system
Global Automotive Declarable Substance List (GADSL) was developed by the Global Auto Stake-holders, to assure environmental and health regulation compliance. GADSL was introduced to simplify reporting throughout the supply chain by reducing multiple lists to one. GADSL developed a globally harmonized list and a process for complying with multiple declarable substance and end-of-life regulations. GADSL includes only substances expected to be present in a material or part in a vehicle at point of sale.
IMDS (International Material Data System) is an internet-based system which is used to track the materials in vehicles.
In 1998 few leaders in automobile industry came together to develop IMDS. Current OEMs requiring IMDS include but not limited to BMW, Daimler Chrysler, Fiat, Ford, Fuji Heavy Industries, General Motors, Hyundai, Isuzu, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Nissan Diesel, Porsche, Suzuki, Toyota, Volkswagen and Volvo.
Sunstream, with our IMDS experienced resources can assist companies to effectively manage environmental compliance documentation of the products in to this system. IMDS Compliance has become essential for all auto OEM to become part of the supply network.
Our IMDS Services will help you to
- Source Material data by effectively drilling down the supply chain.
- Update material data to IMDS.
- Run calculations to determine the range of recoverability and recyclability percentages.
- Compile documentation to be submitted for Type Approval including substance compliance.
- Create dismantling manuals for each type approved model.
- Manage complete IMDS reporting process with your customers and suppliers.
ELV Compliance (Automotive End-of-Life Vehicle Compliance)
ELV directive was introduced by EU through the regulation 2000/53/EC to control the waste from end-of-life vehicles and parts. ELV regulation stipulates how this waste should be collected, treated and disposed to minimise the impact on the environment.
Which chemicals are covered in ELV regulation?
Vehicles and components of vehicles put on the market after 1 July 2003 should not contain lead, mercury, cadmium or hexavalent chromium other than in cases listed under the conditions specified as exemptions.
How Sunstream can help?
As a leading compliance service provider, Sunstream provides a portfolio of services to comply with ELV directive effectively. Our ELV compliance services include:
- ELV Consulting (Strategy, process and implementation)
- BOM Validation for identifying and removing listed chemicals
- Certificate of Compliance from your suppliers
- ELV compliance maintenance