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R2:2013

The R2 standard sets forth requirements relating to environmental and public health, worker health and safety, security, and the entire chain of custody of toxic materials through final disposition. It prohibits e-recyclers and their downstream vendors from exporting these more toxic materials to countries that have enacted laws making their import illegal. Embedded within the R2 standard is ISO 14001 as a framework.

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ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007

OHSAS 18001:2007-Health and Safety-The OHSAS Standard provides a framework for organizations to implement policies and management of health and safety in the workplace.  With a proper management system in place, an organization can identify health and safety risks and minimize risks in the workforce.

ISO 14001:2004-Environmental Management-The ISO 14001 Standard provides a framework for organizations to implement an environmental management system.  It identifies that an organization is measuring and improving its environmental impact, including increased energy efficiency and reduction of wastes.

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The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) is the environmental agency for the U.S. state of Texas. The commission is headquartered at 12100 Park 35 Circle in Austin. It is the primary state agency charged with enforcement of environmental regulations and with issuing air and water operating permits to businesses operating in Texas. Bass Computer TCEQ number is CN603693243, and has been registered since 2008.

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Compliance and enforcement is how EPA ensures that governments, businesses and industry understand and follow our nation’s environmental laws and regulations. Compliance helps organizations or individuals meet their obligations under environmental laws and regulations. Bass Computer’s EPA ID is TXR000079031