Environmental commitment

Sustainability Policy.

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At Synetech, we are committed to sustainability and environmental protection. We implement eco-friendly practices in all our operations. Our environmental responsibility is not only manifested in our sustainable policy, but also in the development of innovative products that promote a greener future.

Responsible mineral sourcing policy
Green facilities
Recycling policy
Environmental Certificates

Responsible mineral sourcing policy.

Synetech is committed to responsible mineral sourcing. Our corporate policy focuses on responsible supply chain initiatives, ensuring that Synetech's interactive solutions are ethically sourced and respect human rights and sustainability policies.

For years, the Democratic Republic of Congo has been the focus of serious humanitarian crises, where human rights abuses were abused and armed groups were financed through the diversion of tantalum, tin, wolfram and gold (3TG) minerals. Synetech's objective is to ensure that the entire supply chain of its solutions does not directly or indirectly contribute to the financing of armed groups or violate human rights in the Democratic Republic of Congo and neighboring countries.

In line with this commitment, Synetech bases its sourcing activities under the framework of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals in High Conflict and High Risk Areas. This program is internationally recognized as industry standard practice and is embedded in the design of our corporate strategy.

As part of the responsible minerals sourcing policy, Synetech is committed to:

Identify and prioritize minerals for integration into the company's responsible sourcing strategy using nationally recognized information and methods to assess the level of risk, especially in high conflict areas.

Require Synetech's suppliers and agents in the supply chain not to directly or indirectly finance armed groups.

Comply with the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals in High Conflict and High Risk Areas.

Require Synetech suppliers to comply with the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains for Minerals in High Conflict and High Risk Areas.

Collaborate with the supply chain and government agencies to ensure conflict-free sourcing.

Support organizations whose policy focuses on responsible and sustainable mineral trade.

Transparency in Synetech's operations in terms of due diligence and supply chain risk reduction.

Requirements to suppliers

Synetech does not source minerals directly from the Democratic Republic of Congo, neighboring countries and high-conflict and high-risk areas. Thus, cooperation with suppliers is essential to comply with Synetech's responsible mineral sourcing policy. Synetech informs its suppliers of the following mineral sourcing expectations:

Transparency in the sourcing of tantalum, tin, wolfram and gold in all products they supply to Synetech and that they take measures to extract the above minerals in a responsible manner.

Implement and maintain a responsible minerals sourcing policy aligned with Synetech's policy and the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Minerals Supply Chains in high-conflict and high-risk areas.

Extend these requirements to your suppliers.

Provide, on a regular basis, information to Synetech on the correct compliance with the responsible mineral sourcing policy.

If a Synetech supplier is unwilling to accept Synetech's responsible mineral sourcing policy, Synetech may seek alternative sourcing to ensure compliance with its sustainable policy.

Synetech takes all necessary actions to verify that the materials used in the manufacturing process of its products do not come from high-conflict and high-risk areas.

Green energy installations

At Synetech, we are committed to protecting the planet with sustainable practices both in the manufacturing of our interactive displays and in our own corporate infrastructures.

In order to ensure the effective implementation of our sustainability strategy, all of our commercial agreements with the relevant trading companies follow the clause of exclusive supply of energy from sustainable sources.

Our dedication to sustainability is reflected in our firm commitment to minimize our impact on the environment, always in line with the values of our customers, employees, work team and the communities in which we operate.

Together we build a sustainable future.

Recycling policy after product life

At Synetech, we are committed to adopting sustainable practices in all our operations. As part of this commitment, we have developed a recycling policy for our interactive displays at the end of their useful life, with the aim of minimizing our environmental impact and promoting the reuse of resources.

Through our interactive display recycling policy, we reaffirm our responsibility to protect the environment and build a more sustainable future for future generations.

Currently, we operate with Ecoasimelec, Sistema Colectivo de Responsabilidad Ampliada del Productor (SCRAP), and therefore association authorized by the Government of Spain for the management of waste electrical and electronic equipment.

LER Code

The EWL (European Waste List) code is a waste classification system used in the European Union. Its main objective is to categorize and manage waste efficiently and safely, facilitating recycling, recovery and disposal of waste in accordance with environmental regulations. Each waste is classified with a six-digit code.

This coding system has its origin in European regulations governing waste management, specifically Commission Decision 2000/532/EC, which establishes the list of wastes under Council Directive 75/442/EEC on waste and Council Directive 91/689/EEC on hazardous waste.

The LER code is mandatory for all entities managing waste in the European Union. Companies, municipalities and other organizations must classify their waste according to this list before treatment or disposal. This classification helps to ensure that hazardous waste is identified and handled properly, and that recyclable materials are separated and reused whenever possible.

Interactive displays do not contain batteries, batteries, or hazardous components, so they are non-hazardous waste. Their EWL code is 160214-42.

The LED displays are registered under EWL code 160214-23.


In order to ensure proper compliance with our recycling policy, we work with waste management suppliers. As long as the supplier meets the established governmental criteria, we will consider them for the recycling operation, without favoring a single supplier.

After the end of life of our interactive displays, the supplier will arrange for their removal and transfer to an authorized warehouse for subsequent movement, by authorized waste transporters, to a material treatment area that is suitable and safe for electronic waste and ensures that the treatment of the materials is carried out in accordance with European environmental, health and safety regulations.

With regard to the batteries of the remote control included with the purchase of the interactive display, Synetech undertakes to dispose of them in a suitable container designed to handle batteries safely.

The product recycling and removal service is completely free of charge.

Monitoring and Evaluation

To monitor compliance with our recycling policy in collaboration with our supplier, we have established an automatic identification document for each collection, which certifies the correct transfer with the authorized waste transporter, indicating the origin, who transports it and the destination plant.

In addition, our waste management provider will send us a monthly Waste Treatment Certificate. The document reflects the transparent activity generated between our supplier and Synetech.

Who can request product recycling?

Waste from companies and individuals is allowed.

How do I request recycling of my product?

To request the recycling service for your product, please complete the form below.

Recycling Test Reports

Piscis Infinity A1


Piscis Infinity A1 A17582

Environmental Product Certificates

Synetech, a leader in the field of interactive displays, demonstrates a strong commitment to environmental sustainability. This commitment is reflected in its rigorous production processes, designed to minimize ecological impact.

Synetech holds several environmental certifications, which endorse its dedication to responsible and sustainable practices, ensuring that its products contribute to a greener future.

European Union RoHS Directive
European Union RoHS Directive Compliance Management Policy

Synetech prohibits the inclusion of substances restricted by the EU RoHs Directive in all homogeneous materials supplied.

Synetech uses a risk matrix to determine the required documentation based on:

The probability of presence of restricted substances in materials, parts or sub-assemblies.

Supplier reliability.

Synetech will evaluate the information to determine if the document is sufficiently complete and reliable and include it in the technical documentation.

High-risk suppliers must provide updated test data annually. Medium and low risk suppliers must provide updated statements annually.

Non-conformities will be dealt with through our non-conformity procedure.

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