Although BOMARE COMPANY is favorable to the technological progress, it is still one of the most fervent ecology defendants A principle for which it fights for since 2006 when it began implementing the RoHS directive which aims to limit the use of hazardous substances such as lead

It’s important to know that BOMARE COMPANY shares the vision of the European Union relating to the regulation and limitation of sources of lead exposure on the one hand, and industrial use on the other The RoHS directive aims to restrict the use of six hazardous substances: Lead, Mercury, Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBB), Cadmium, Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDE) and Hexavalent Chromium

RoHS means «Restriction of Hazardous Substances»

CE mark and certification procedures :

BOMARE COMPANY is constantly seeking to reach the highest production standards

The quest for international recognition started in 2009 when BOMARE COMPANY launched a quality procedure in order to create a management system

Ever more ambitious, BOMARE COMPANY decided in April 2010 to move to a higher level by adopting an environmental approach, in partnership with the CNTPP (National Cleaner Production Centre) and REME, to obtain the certification ISO 14001 (version 2007

The quality policy of the company is also well defined by its management which has undertaken a process lea-ding to the ISO 9001 2008 version certification in 2011

And in the CE mark , in order to respond to a very efficient and responsive organization focused on customers’ satisfaction

These efforts have been paying off, since BOMARE COMPANY has received numerous awards and trophies, including the label Bassma Djazaira wich enable consumers to identify the products for which most of the added value has been produced in Algeria