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Green Policy

Welcome to Avalue Technology Inc. , a company keeping you focused on the future with innovative computing products. At Avalue we're dedicated to designing and manufacturing a broad range of computing solutions that will live up to our customers' expectations, and contribute to a more convenient living environment.

Green Manufacturing

Avalue conducts its business in a manner that respects, preserves,and improves the environment. The company is committed to total quality management that applies to a full range of manufacturing and design services. Also, Avalue is devoted to approaching green manufacturing aimed at reducing the energy and hazardous material throughout the product life span, starting from original design, component acquisition, manufacturing, all the way through its transport, usage, and disposal.

Approaches to RoHS Compliance

According to RoHS directive (2002/95/EG), Avalue has initiated a series of action plans to comply with RoHS regulations since 2004. The first RoHS compliance product has been assessed by third party laboratory with successful qualification. in August 2005. The report verifies the facts that Avalue is capable to monitor RoHS manufacturing process, and ensures its manufacturing achieves 100% lead-free quality. Check for regular status updates available online at the Avalue website. EOL plans for non-RoHS-compliant products We will phase out the following products due to the two chipsets, Intel FW82810 and NS GEODE GX1, can not convert into RoHS compliant and will discontinue in 2006.

Avalue Responsible Minerals Policy

Avalue endeavors to fulfill its corporate social responsibility, respect human rights, and continue to pay attention to the issue of conflict minerals. Committed to investigating its supply chains in detail and implementing responsible mineral management, Avalue ensures that metals such as gold, tantalum, tungsten and tin ores are not from mining areas controlled by armed groups in Congo and its neighboring countries. At the same time, reasonable efforts have been made in requesting suppliers to comply with the following conflict minerals procurement policies:

  • Conduct supply-chain due diligence in accordance with the OECD Due Diligence Guidelines for Responsible Mineral Supply Chains in Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas.
  • Comply with regional and international regulations on conflict minerals.
  • Purchase and report conflict minerals in accordance with industry standards
  • Request suppliers to communicate this requirement to their upstream suppliers