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Important changes have been announced as part of the California Lighting Efficiency and Toxics Reduction Act that entered into force in October 2007. California’s reduction of hazardous substances legislation, best described as a “mini RoHS”, will prohibit the manufacturing of products that do not meet requirements from 1 January 2010. Under the California legislation, certain general purpose lighting manufactured for sale in the state must comply with the European Union RoHS D ...