Product stewardship - lamps & systems

ams OSRAM is committed to ensuring that its products are in compliance with international regulations and customer requirements in terms of managing hazardous substances.

Environmental product stewardship for the segment lamps & systems

Our product environmental program controls new product developments as well as existing products steady adhere to these requirements through strong management and validation of ams suppliers and subcontractors.


OSRAM products are compliant to the EU RoHS ​(Directive 2011/65/EU).​ RoHS certificates can be requested.​ Further documents are available here:

OSRAM Automotive and Digital - REACH

OSRAM Index List Environment

> Declaration of Conformity Substances in Products

ams OSRAM Statement on Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS)
Several national authorities of the European Union have submitted a proposal to the European Chemical Agency (ECHA) in January 2023 to restrict all Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) under REACH. Certain members of this large group of PFASs chemicals are already subject to EU legislation. Legislation regarding PFAS is also in force or is under preparation in other countries and regions outside the EU. The upcoming legislation regarding PFASs could have a huge impact on the electrical and electronic industry.
> ams OSRAM Statement on PFAS

Disposal and Recycling
We avoid waste wherever possible and prioritize recycling of valuable materials. That is why also our products or products containing our components should to be collected separately and recycled or be disposed of safely in accordance with the WEEE. More here: > Information on the correct disposal and recycling of electronic products 

Conflict Minerals Regulations

ams OSRAM does not support the use of conflict minerals (gold, tantalum, tin and tungsten) that are illegally mined or/and contribute to armed conflict or human rights abuses in Conflict Affected and High-Risk Areas (CAHRA) such as the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and other adjoining countries. Our commitment is to ensure responsible sourcing through the monitoring of our supply chain alongside continuous engagement with our customers. The commitment towards this program is demonstrated with below policy and the conflict minerals reporting (CMRT/EMRT) on business unit or segment level: