The repair and re-use of electronic products has a range of environmental and social benefits. To support you in achieving PAS 141, the specification for the preparation of used and waste electrical and electronic equipment for re-use, we have developed a set of protocols so you can ensure that your electrical goods are fit for purpose after they have been repaired for re-use.
PAS 141 specification has been developed by British Standards Institution to increase re-use of electrical and electronic equipment and to ensure that they are tested and repaired to a minimum level.
We have developed a set of protocols based on industry experience that highlight the tests and procedures that should be carried out as a minimum. They form a baseline for electrical product assessment and repair for re-use and can be used as a guideline to product assessment and testing.
These protocols will help increase consumer confidence in re-use electrical products that are fit for purpose and help you feel confident in achieving PAS 141 specification.