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Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station

Environmental Product
Declaration for LTE

DN09126663
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Approval Date 2012-12-17

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The information in this document is subject to change without notice and describes only the
product defined in the introduction of this documentation. This documentation is intended for
the use of Nokia Siemens Networks customers only for the purposes of the agreement under
which the document is submitted, and no part of it may be used, reproduced, modified or
transmitted in any form or means without the prior written permission of Nokia Siemens
Networks. The documentation has been prepared to be used by professional and properly
trained personnel, and the customer assumes full responsibility when using it. Nokia Siemens
Networks welcomes customer comments as part of the process of continuous development
and improvement of the documentation.
The information or statements given in this documentation concerning the suitability, capacity,
or performance of the mentioned hardware or software products are given “as is” and all
liability arising in connection with such hardware or software products shall be defined
conclusively and finally in a separate agreement between Nokia Siemens Networks and the
customer. However, Nokia Siemens Networks has made all reasonable efforts to ensure that
the instructions contained in the document are adequate and free of material errors and
omissions. Nokia Siemens Networks will, if deemed necessary by Nokia Siemens Networks,
explain issues which may not be covered by the document.
Nokia Siemens Networks will correct errors in this documentation as soon as possible. IN NO
EVENT WILL NOKIA SIEMENS NETWORKS BE LIABLE FOR ERRORS IN THIS
DOCUMENTATION OR FOR ANY DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO
SPECIAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL OR ANY LOSSES,
SUCH AS BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF PROFIT, REVENUE, BUSINESS
INTERRUPTION, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY OR DATA,THAT MAY ARISE FROM THE
USE OF THIS DOCUMENT OR THE INFORMATION IN IT.
This documentation and the product it describes are considered protected by copyrights and
other intellectual property rights according to the applicable laws.
The wave logo is a trademark of Nokia Siemens Networks Oy. Nokia is a registered trademark
of Nokia Corporation. Siemens is a registered trademark of Siemens AG.
Other product names mentioned in this document may be trademarks of their respective
owners, and they are mentioned for identification purposes only.
Copyright © Nokia Siemens Networks 2012. All rights reserved.

In addition to above, this document is also intended for the use of Nokia Siemens Networks
recycling service providers responsible for the end-of-life treatment of the product. The
foregoing disclaimer shall also be applicable and binding on all such recycling service
providers.

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Contents

Summary of changes .............................................................................................4

1 Introduction ............................................................................................5
1.1 Environmental benefits of Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station LTE..............5

2 Product description ...............................................................................7

3 Company environmental information...................................................8


3.1 Nokia Siemens Networks environmental policy .......................................8
3.2 Life cycle thinking .....................................................................................8
3.3 Environmental Management System (EMS) ............................................9
3.4 Design for Environment ............................................................................9

4 Product environmental information ...................................................10


4.1 Product energy consumption .................................................................10
4.2 Product use phase CO2 footprint ............................................................10
4.3 Materials .................................................................................................11
4.3.1 Nokia Siemens Networks Substance List...............................................11
4.3.2 Hazardous Substance Table ..................................................................12
4.3.3 Product end-of-life ..................................................................................13
4.3.4 Main material fractions ...........................................................................14
4.3.5 Components and substances which may require special
handling in the end-of-life phase ............................................................19
4.4 Product recyclability rate ........................................................................31
4.5 Batteries .................................................................................................33
4.6 Acoustic noise emission .........................................................................34
4.7 Product delivery packaging ....................................................................34

5 Environment related markings............................................................36


5.1 EU WEEE marking of separate collection ..............................................36
5.2 Marking according to the Chinese standard SJ/T 11364-2006 ..............37

6 Take-back information .........................................................................38

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Summary of changes
Changes between issues 01 (2012-11-05, RL40) and 01A (2012-12-17, RL40)
Information on FHDB and FRMD modules have been added to sections: Main material
fractions, Components and substances which may require special handling in the end-of-life
phase and Product recyclability rate.

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1 Introduction
The purpose of this document is to provide environmentally relevant
information of a specific Nokia Siemens Networks product.
This document shall not be interpreted as a specification, modification or
amendment to the specification, or additional or other warranty of any
kind. In case of discrepancy between this document and the Product
specification or terms and conditions of the valid supply agreement
between Nokia Siemens Networks and the customer, the supply
agreement and Product specification shall always prevail over this
document.

1.1 Environmental benefits of Flexi Multiradio 10


Base Station LTE

When designing the Nokia Siemens Networks Flexi Base Station (BTS),
the entire lifecycle from production to deployment to use phase to end of
life has been considered. Nokia Siemens Networks has minimized the
environmental impact of the Flexi Base Station in all four phases.
At production and end of life, the environmental impact of the Flexi Base
Station is minimized as hazardous substances are avoided and the total
amount of raw material needed is significantly lower than that of
conventional cabinet-type base stations. Nokia Siemens Networks is
committed to energy-efficient manufacturing and to full compliance to
European Union’s directives on the Restriction of Hazardous
Substances (RoHS) and Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE).
The compact size and weight of the Flexi Base Station modules (volume
of roughly 25 liters, weight < 25kg) has double positive impact for the
deployment: First, all logistics of transporting and installing the BTS are

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optimized. Smaller vehicles can be used or more base stations


transported in the same container. No cranes are needed for installation.
Second, owing to the modular, outdoor-capable and compact design, the
Flexi Base Station can be deployed at sites that are optimum from the
radio network planning perspective, but were unattainable with
conventional cabinet-type base stations. In total, Nokia Siemens
Networks estimates that the logistics footprint is reduced by 80%.
Analysis of the CO2 footprint of the four phases revealed that the use
phase is dominant. Therefore measures have been taken to extend the
use phase in a CO2 neutral way. Nokia Siemens Networks can look back
on a successful track record in providing base station capability and
capacity by means of software upgrades rather than hardware
exchange. The Flexi Base Station provides for software upgrade within
the radio technologies, e.g. from WCDMA to HSDPA to HSUPA to
HSPA evolution or from GSM to EDGE evolution, but also for software
upgrade to LTE. Indeed, Nokia Siemens Networks is the only company
that has started shipment of LTE capable hardware already in the third
quarter of 2008.
The total CO2 footprint of a base station during the use phase is
basically defined by the product of duration of the total use phase and
the power consumption. See chapter 4.2 Product use phase CO2
footprint for more information. Leading global CSPs confirm that the
Flexi Base Station features best-in-class power consumption that
enables energy savings of up to 70% for base station sites. This is
achieved by the revolutionary, modular and outdoor-capable design and
the highly efficient technology within the modules, in particular in the RF
Module, as the power amplifier are the part with the highest power
consumption within a base station. See chapter 4.1 Product energy
consumption for more information.
On base station site level, the Flexi Base Station enables further energy
savings, as no auxiliary equipment for transport (backhaul) or air
conditioning is needed. Site efficiency can be further increased by
avoiding the feeder loss between the RF Module and the antennas. The
Flexi Base Station supports two types of the so-called feederless sites:
In the distributed base station architecture, only the RF Module (or
Remote Radio Head) is mounted close to the antennas while the System
Module is placed somewhere else. The alternative scheme is to mount
the RF Module and System Module close to the antennas, which is
possible only thanks to the compact and outdoor-capable design of the
Flexi Base Station. For rural sites with high towers this alternative
scheme offers the additional benefit that no additional material, e.g.
fences or vandalism protection, is needed at the bottom of the tower.

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2 Product description
Type of the product
Product name Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station LTE
Product configuration 1+1+1 @ 20 W FSMF (incl. FTIF) + 2xFXEB 2Tx MIMO
NSN code / product - FSMF Flexi System Module 472181A.101
ID
- FTIF Transport 472311A.101
- FXEB RF Module 472501A.101
Table 1. Product

This environmental information is for a typical Flexi Multiradio 10 Base


Station LTE. The configuration is 1+1+1 @ 20 W. For actual detailed
product and configuration information for each frequency variant, see the
latest Flexi Multiradio BTS LTE operating document Flexi Multiradio BTS
LTE Installation Site Requirements.

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3 Company environmental information

3.1 Nokia Siemens Networks environmental policy


Nokia Siemens Networks creates innovative products that improve the
quality of life worldwide and maximize the benefits of Information and
Communication Technology (ICT).
As a global company we take our responsibility for environmental
protection and resource stewardship seriously.
Sustainability is the key to securing our company’s future. Central to this
thinking is meeting the demands of business in an ecologically and
socially progressive manner. A demonstrated commitment to
environmental issues will increase the competitive advantage of our
business and our customers’ business and lay the foundation for a
successful future.
Our environmental management system ensures continuous
improvement of our environmental performance: we design, develop,
manufacture and market our products and services in a manner that
meets or exceeds applicable regulations minimizing the adverse
environmental impacts.
Our management and employees act in accordance with the Nokia
Siemens Networks Environmental Policy and observe the relevant
regulations. Our contractors are also required to comply with this Policy.

3.2 Life cycle thinking


The environmental goals and activities of Nokia Siemens Networks are
aimed at reducing the environmental impact of Nokia Siemens Networks
products over their entire life cycle. Life-cycle thinking is used throughout
the product’s phases from raw material extraction, manufacturing

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operations, use phase and end-of-life practices as well as logistics.


Continuous activities on these fields assure to minimize the
environmental impacts of our products.

3.3 Environmental Management System (EMS)


Nokia Siemens Networks company wide Environmental Management
Systems (EMS) is based on ISO 14001 standard. All Nokia Siemens
Networks production sites are included into Nokia Siemens
Networks ISO 14001 certificate.
Nokia Siemens Networks also requires its suppliers, manufacturing
partners and contract manufactures to have Environmental Management
System.

3.4 Design for Environment


Design for Environment (DfE) means systematic integration of
environmental objectives into product design. In Nokia Siemens
Networks, products are designed to be environmentally efficient by
integrating several tasks to product process performing to
• minimize material and energy use
• maximize reuse and recycling
• maximize usage of recycled material
• minimize use of materials harmful to the environment
• design products to be easily or remotely maintainable or
maintenance free.
DfE is an integral part of Product Process in NSN and thus considered in
day-to-day decision making in Nokia Siemens Networks.

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4 Product environmental information

4.1 Product energy consumption

W Comment
Maximum traffic 658
Typical (50%) traffic 579
Low/no traffic 512
Table 2. Energy consumption 1+1+1 @ 20 W (FSMF + 2xFXEB)

These values include the energy consumption of the transmission sub-


module FTIF.

4.2 Product use phase CO2 footprint


In this calculation, CO2 footprint is covering the use phase of the product
as the most environmental impact originates there. Note: for electricity
CO2e is about the same as CO2 as other green house gases are less
than 1% of the electricity production emissions.

Unit Data
Product energy consumption, kW 0,579
typical (50%) traffic, FSMF +
2xFXEB
Average time of use hour 10 x 365 x 24 = 87 600
Table 3. CO2 footprint

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Formula for the calculation:


Total CO2 footprint (kg) = energy consumption (kW) x time of use (h) x
emission factor (kg CO2/kWh).

Area Electricity emission Total CO2 footprint (kg)


factor (kg CO2/kWh)*
FSMF + 2xFXEB
World 0,502 25 400
EU 0,341 17 300
Asia(ex. China) 0,728 36 900
China 0,788 39 900
USA 0,573 29 000
Latin America 0,197 9 900
*) Emission factors are taken from A WRI/WBCSD GHG Protocol Initiative calculation
tool (2007). More information can be found from www.ghgprotocol.org.
Table 4. CO2 footprint FSMF + 2xFXEB

4.3 Materials

4.3.1 Nokia Siemens Networks Substance List

Nokia Siemens Networks values the protection of the environment and


the preservation of natural resources high on the agenda, and thus
undertakes great efforts to design its products to be compatible to the
global environmental requirements. As a part of this work the Nokia
Siemens Networks Substance List has been created, which is used
together with suppliers as a tool in managing material and substance
selection for parts and components to be included in Nokia Siemens
Networks’ products.
Based on the above, Nokia Siemens Networks products are designed to
meet, and are in compliance with relevant material and substance legal
requirements applicable to Nokia Siemens Networks’ products in the
markets where the products are sold, such as but not limited to EU
RoHS Directive.
Nokia Siemens Networks Substance List has two categories of
substances: the restricted substances and the monitored substances.
The restricted substances are either totally forbidden in Nokia Siemens
Networks products, or restricted up to certain levels. The monitored
substances are expected to be reduced or gradually phased out of Nokia
Siemens Networks products. The Substance List is not strictly limited to

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applicable mandatory substance legislation but includes restrictions of


substances and materials beyond mandatory legislation. This enables
Nokia Siemens Networks to provide products which are ahead of
minimum substance restrictions.
Nokia Siemens Networks Substance List is subject to continuous
improvement due to changes in legislation, but also due to the
improvement of technologies, and knowledge about effects of
substances in light of further scientific evidence. In Nokia Siemens
Networks’ own production’s ramp-up phase as well as in the
requirements to suppliers, the Nokia Siemens Networks Substance List
will be applied. Compliance with Substance List is naturally expected
and required from hardware product suppliers.

4.3.2 Hazardous Substance Table

The following table shows Material usage information of Networks


Electronic Information Products imported or sold in the People’s
Republic of China.

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有毒有害物质或元素 (Hazardous Substance)


部件名称
铅 汞 镉 六价铬 多溴联苯 多溴二苯醚
(Item)
(Pb) (Hg) (Cd) (Cr6+) (PBB) (PBDE)
金属部件
(Metal Parts)
× ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
电路模块
(Circuit Modules)
× ○ × ○ ○ ○
电缆及电缆组件
(Cables & Cable Assemblies)
× ○ × ○ ○ ○
塑料和聚合物部件
(Plastic and Polymeric parts)
○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

对销售之日的所售产品,本表显示,
诺基亚西门子网络供应链的电子信息产品可能包含这些物质。注意:在所售产品中可能会也可能不会
含有所有所列的部件。
This table shows where these substances may be found in the supply chain of Nokia Siemens Networks’
electronic information products, as of the date of sale of the enclosed product. Note that some of the
component types listed above may or may not be a part of the enclosed product.

○: 表示该有毒有害物质在 该部件所有均质材料中的含量均在SJ/T 11363-2006


标准规定的限量要求以下。
Indicates that the concentration of the hazardous substance in all homogeneous materials in the parts is
below the relevant threshold of the SJ/T 11363-2006 standard.

×: 表示该有毒有害物质至少在该部件的某一均质材料中的含量超出SJ/T 11363-2006
标准规定的限量要求。
Indicates that the concentration of the hazardous substance of at least one of all homogeneous
materials in the parts is above the relevant threshold of the SJ/T 11363-2006 standard.

标注“X”的原因是:现阶段没有可供选择的替代技术或部件。
The reason for marking with “X” is: There are not alternative technologies or parts available.

4.3.3 Product end-of-life

Nokia Siemens Networks hereby supplies information supporting


environmentally sound, safe and economical End-of-Life (EoL)
handling/recycling of the product. All disassembly, treatment, recovery

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and other work must be managed and performed with professional


diligence and skill, according to good operating practices and the
applicable legal safety, health and environmental requirements and
standards, taking into account all relevant health and safety aspects.

4.3.4 Main material fractions

The main fractions of the Product are listed in the table below. This table
is not inclusive and the product may contain other materials, substances,
components or parts than those identified in this document.

Fraction/material Amount (g) % of total weight Comments


Steel - -

Aluminum 2 320 20.1%


Aluminum alloys 5 400 46.9%
Copper alloys - -
Polymeric 2 161 18.8%
materials
Mixed electronics 1 634 14.2%
(including PWB
and standard /
library
components)
Total weight 11 515 100%
Table 5. Main material fractions of FSMF

Fraction/material Amount (g) % of total weight Comments


Stainless steel 81 5% e.g. screws
Aluminum alloys 1 238 73% e.g. enclosure
Polymeric 88 5% e.g. seals
materials
Mixed electronics 286 17% PWB assemblies
(including PWB
and components)
Total weight 1 693 100%
Table 6. Main material fractions of FTIF

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Fraction/material Amount (g) % of total weight Comments


Steel 741 3.4%

Stainless steel 147 0.7%


Aluminum alloys 16 271 73.7%
Copper alloys 60 0.3%
Brass alloys 750 3.4%
Polymeric 73 0.3%
materials
Mixed electronics 4 026 18.2%
(including PWB
and standard
components)
Total weight 22 068 100%
Table 7. Main material fractions of FXEB

Fraction/material Amount (g) % of total weight Comments


Steel - 0.0%

Stainless steel 1 339 5.2%


Aluminum alloys 18 437 71.4%
Copper alloys 400 1.5%
Polymeric 642 2.5%
materials
Mixed electronics 5 014 19.4%
(including PWB
and standard
components)
Total weight 25 832 100%
Table 8. Main material fractions of FXFA

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Fraction/material Amount (g) % of total weight Comments


Steel - 0.0%

Stainless steel 137 5.9%


Aluminum alloys 1 479 64.2%
Copper alloys 102 4.4%
Polymeric 94 4.1%
materials
Mixed electronics 491 21.3%
(including PWB
and standard
components)
Total weight 2 303 100%
Table 9. Main material fractions of FPFD

Fraction/material Amount (g) % of total weight Comments


Steel 78 1.3%

Stainless steel 83 1.4%


Aluminum alloys 2 596 44.5%
Copper alloys 1 604 27.5%
Polymeric 1 077 18.4%
materials
Mixed electronics 399 6.8%
(including PWB
and standard
components)
Total weight 5 837 100%
Table 10. Main material fractions of FPFC

Fraction/material Amount (g) % of total weight Comments


Steel - 0.0%

Stainless steel 408 1.7%


Aluminum - 0.0%
Aluminum alloys 19 300 81.3%

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Fraction/material Amount (g) % of total weight Comments


Copper alloys 614 2.6%
Polymeric 674 2.8%
materials
Mixed electronics 2 738 11.5%
(including PWB
and standard
components)
Total weight 23 734 100%
Table 11. Main material fractions of FRIG

Fraction/material Amount (g) % of total weight Comments


Brass Alloys 17 0.1%

Stainless steel 225 1.8%


Aluminum alloys 10 357 84.2%
Phospher Bronze 1 0.0%
Alloys
Mixed Cable 232 1.9%
Assemblies
Connector, DC 123 1.0%
Terminal 3P
Assembly NSN
Specification
Polymeric 54 0.4%
materials
Mixed electronics 1 287 10.5%
(PWB and
standard / library
components)
Total weight 12 300 100%
Table 12. Main material fractions of FRGV

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Fraction/material Amount (g) % of total weight Comments


Steel 3071 12.6%

Stainless steel 667 2.7%


Aluminum alloys 16 961 69.7%
Copper alloys 305 1.3%
Polymeric 227 0.9%
materials
Mixed electronics 3 087 12.7%
(PWB and
standard / library
components)
Total weight 24 318 100%
Table 13 Main material fractions of FRMD

Fraction/material Amount (g) % of total weight Comments


Steel 298 1.8%

Stainless steel 682 4.1%


Aluminum alloys 13 340 80.4%
Thermal interface 130 0.8%
material (silicon)
Polymeric 550 3.3%
materials
Mixed electronics 1 600 9.6%
(PWB and
standard / library
components)
Total weight 16 600 100%
Table 14 Main material fractions of FHDB

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4.3.5 Components and substances which may require special handling


in the end-of-life phase

Based on Nokia Siemens Networks’ sole consideration, the recycling


service providers shall at least take into consideration, that such product
may include the following materials, substances, components and parts
which may require special handling at end-of-life. In addition to the list
below product may contain other materials and substances typically
used in telecommunication equipment (such as but not limited to lead).
The product contains at least the following materials that may require
special handling at end-of-life but this list is non-exhaustive:

Material, component, part Yes No Application/loca


tion
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) X
containing capacitors
Mercury containing components X
Batteries X
Printed circuit boards (PCB) X
greater than 10 cm²
Containing toners in the form of X
liquid(s), powder(s) or paste(s)
Plastics containing brominated X
flame retardants
Asbestos waste and components X
which contain asbestos
Cathode ray tubes X
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC), X
hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC)
or hydrofluorocarbons (HFC),
hydrocarbons (HC)
Gas discharge lamps X
Liquid crystal displays of a surface X
greater than 100 cm², and all those
back-lighted with gas discharge
lamps
External electric cables X Fan Cable
995336a
Components containing refractory X
ceramic fibres
Components containing radioactive X
substances

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Material, component, part Yes No Application/loca


tion
Electrolyte capacitors (with a height X PSU area on
> 25 mm, a diameter > 25 mm or FCTB and FSPD
proportionately similar volume)
Beryllium Oxide X
Other beryllium compounds X
Pressure X
Liquids X
Gases X
“Hidden“ mechanical springs or X
other equivalent
Table 15. Components and substances which may require special handling in
the end-of-life phase (FSMF)

Material, component, part Yes No Application/Loc


ation
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) X
containing capacitors
Mercury containing components X
Batteries X
Printed circuit boards (PCB) X
greater than 10 cm²
Containing toners in the form of X
liquid(s), powder(s) or paste(s)
Plastics containing brominated X
flame retardants
Asbestos waste and components X
which contain asbestos
Cathode ray tubes X
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC), X
hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC)
or hydrofluorocarbons (HFC),
hydrocarbons (HC)
Gas discharge lamps X
Liquid crystal displays of a surface X
greater than 100 cm², and all those
back-lighted with gas discharge
lamps

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ation
External electric cables X
Components containing refractory X
ceramic fibres
Components containing radioactive X
substances
Electrolyte capacitors containing X
substances of concern (with a
height > 25 mm, a diameter > 25
mm or proportionately similar
volume)
Beryllium Oxide X
Other beryllium compounds X
Pressure X
Liquids X
Gases X
“Hidden“ mechanical springs or X
other equivalent
Table 16. Substances requiring special attention (FTIF)

Material, component, part Yes No Application/Loc


ation
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) X
containing capacitors
Mercury containing components X
Batteries X
Printed circuit boards (PCB) X
greater than 10 cm²
Containing toners in the form of X
liquid(s), powder(s) or paste(s)
Plastics containing brominated X
flame retardants
Asbestos waste and components X
which contain asbestos
Cathode ray tubes X
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC), X
hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC)

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Material, component, part Yes No Application/Loc


ation
or hydrofluorocarbons (HFC),
hydrocarbons (HC)
Gas discharge lamps X
Liquid crystal displays of a surface X
greater than 100 cm², and all those
back-lighted with gas discharge
lamps
External electric cables X Fan cable
Components containing refractory X
ceramic fibres
Components containing radioactive X
substances
Electrolyte capacitors containing X
substances of concern (with a
height > 25 mm, a diameter > 25
mm or proportionately similar
volume)
Beryllium Oxide X
Other beryllium compounds X
Pressure X
Liquids X
Gases X
“Hidden“ mechanical springs or X
other equivalent
Table 17. Substances requiring special attention (FXEB)

Material, component, part Yes No Application/Loc


ation
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) X
containing capacitors
Mercury containing components X
Batteries X
Printed circuit boards (PCB) X
greater than 10 cm²
Containing toners in the form of X
liquid(s), powder(s) or paste(s)
Plastics containing brominated X

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ation
flame retardants
Asbestos waste and components X
which contain asbestos
Cathode ray tubes X
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC), X
hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC)
or hydrofluorocarbons (HFC),
hydrocarbons (HC)
Gas discharge lamps X
Liquid crystal displays of a surface X
greater than 100 cm², and all those
back-lighted with gas discharge
lamps
External electric cables X
Components containing refractory X
ceramic fibres
Components containing radioactive X
substances
Electrolyte capacitors containing X
substances of concern (with a
height > 25 mm, a diameter > 25
mm or proportionately similar
volume)
Beryllium Oxide X
Other beryllium compounds X
Pressure X
Liquids X
Gases X
“Hidden“ mechanical springs or X
other equivalent
Table 18. Substances requiring special attention (FXFA)

Material, component, part Yes No Application/Loc


ation
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) X
containing capacitors
Mercury containing components X

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ation
Batteries X
Printed circuit boards (PCB) X
greater than 10 cm²
Containing toners in the form of X
liquid(s), powder(s) or paste(s)
Plastics containing brominated X
flame retardants
Asbestos waste and components X
which contain asbestos
Cathode ray tubes X
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC), X
hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC)
or hydrofluorocarbons (HFC),
hydrocarbons (HC)
Gas discharge lamps X
Liquid crystal displays of a surface X
greater than 100 cm², and all those
back-lighted with gas discharge
lamps
External electric cables X
Components containing refractory X
ceramic fibres
Components containing radioactive X
substances
Electrolyte capacitors containing X
substances of concern (with a
height > 25 mm, a diameter > 25
mm or proportionately similar
volume)
Beryllium Oxide X
Other beryllium compounds X
Pressure X
Liquids X
Gases X
“Hidden“ mechanical springs or X
other equivalent
Table 19. Substances requiring special attention (FPFD)

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ation
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) X
containing capacitors
Mercury containing components X
Batteries X
Printed circuit boards (PCB) X
greater than 10 cm²
Containing toners in the form of X
liquid(s), powder(s) or paste(s)
Plastics containing brominated X
flame retardants
Asbestos waste and components X
which contain asbestos
Cathode ray tubes X
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC), X
hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC)
or hydrofluorocarbons (HFC),
hydrocarbons (HC)
Gas discharge lamps X
Liquid crystal displays of a surface X
greater than 100 cm², and all those
back-lighted with gas discharge
lamps
External electric cables X
Components containing refractory X
ceramic fibres
Components containing radioactive X
substances
Electrolyte capacitors containing X
substances of concern (with a
height > 25 mm, a diameter > 25
mm or proportionately similar
volume)
Beryllium Oxide X
Other beryllium compounds X Beryllium (Be)
CAS: 7440-41-7
Pressure X

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Liquids X
Gases X
“Hidden“ mechanical springs or X
other equivalent
Table 20. Substance requiring special attention (FPFC)

Material, component, part Yes No Application/Loc


ation
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) X
containing capacitors
Mercury containing components X
Batteries X
Printed circuit boards (PCB) X
greater than 10 cm²
Containing toners in the form of X
liquid(s), powder(s) or paste(s)
Plastics containing brominated X
flame retardants
Asbestos waste and components X
which contain asbestos
Cathode ray tubes X
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC), X
hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC)
or hydrofluorocarbons (HFC),
hydrocarbons (HC)
Gas discharge lamps X
Liquid crystal displays of a surface X
greater than 100 cm², and all those
back-lighted with gas discharge
lamps
External electric cables X
Components containing refractory X
ceramic fibres
Components containing radioactive X
substances
Electrolyte capacitors containing X
substances of concern (with a

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height > 25 mm, a diameter > 25
mm or proportionately similar
volume)
Beryllium Oxide X
Other beryllium compounds X
Pressure X
Liquids X
Gases X
“Hidden“ mechanical springs or X
other equivalent
Table 21. Substances requiring special attention (FRIG)

Material, component, part Yes No Application/Loc


ation
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) X
containing capacitors
Mercury containing components X
Batteries X
Printed circuit boards (PCB) X
greater than 10 cm²
Containing toners in the form of X
liquid(s), powder(s) or paste(s)
Plastics containing brominated X
flame retardants
Asbestos waste and components X
which contain asbestos
Cathode ray tubes X
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC), X
hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC)
or hydrofluorocarbons (HFC),
hydrocarbons (HC)
Gas discharge lamps X
Liquid crystal displays of a surface X
greater than 100 cm², and all those
back-lighted with gas discharge
lamps
External electric cables X

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ation
Components containing refractory X
ceramic fibres
Components containing radioactive X
substances
Electrolyte capacitors containing X
substances of concern (with a
height > 25 mm, a diameter > 25
mm or proportionately similar
volume)
Beryllium Oxide X
Other beryllium compounds X
Pressure X
Liquids X
Gases X
“Hidden“ mechanical springs or X
other equivalent
Table 22. Substances requiring special attention (FRGV)

Material, component, part Yes No Application/Loc


ation
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) X
containing capacitors
Mercury containing components X
Batteries X
Printed circuit boards (PCB) X
greater than 10 cm²
Containing toners in the form of X
liquid(s), powder(s) or paste(s)
Plastics containing brominated X
flame retardants
Asbestos waste and components X
which contain asbestos
Cathode ray tubes X
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC), X
hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC)
or hydrofluorocarbons (HFC),
hydrocarbons (HC)

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Material, component, part Yes No Application/Loc


ation
Gas discharge lamps X
Liquid crystal displays of a surface X
greater than 100 cm², and all those
back-lighted with gas discharge
lamps
External electric cables X Accessories
(085532A) Coiled
power cable and
Coiled optical
cable
Components containing refractory X
ceramic fibres
Components containing radioactive X
substances
Electrolyte capacitors containing X PSU Sub-
substances of concern (with a Assembly for LTE
height > 25 mm, a diameter > 25 Filter (084573A)
mm or proportionately similar
volume)
Beryllium Oxide X
Other beryllium compounds X
Pressure X
Liquids X
Gases X
“Hidden“ mechanical springs or X
other equivalent
Table 23. Substances requiring special attention (FRMD)

Material, component, part Yes No Application/Loc


ation
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) X
containing capacitors
Mercury containing components X
Batteries X
Printed circuit boards (PCB) X
greater than 10 cm²
Containing toners in the form of X

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ation
liquid(s), powder(s) or paste(s)
Plastics containing brominated X
flame retardants
Asbestos waste and components X
which contain asbestos
Cathode ray tubes X
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC), X
hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC)
or hydrofluorocarbons (HFC),
hydrocarbons (HC)
Gas discharge lamps X
Liquid crystal displays of a surface X
greater than 100 cm², and all those
back-lighted with gas discharge
lamps
External electric cables X
Components containing refractory X
ceramic fibres
Components containing radioactive X
substances
Electrolyte capacitors containing X
substances of concern (with a
height > 25 mm, a diameter > 25
mm or proportionately similar
volume)
Beryllium Oxide X
Other beryllium compounds X
Pressure X
Liquids X
Gases X
“Hidden“ mechanical springs or X
other equivalent
Table 24 Substances requiring special attention (FHDB)

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4.4 Product recyclability rate

Unit Data
Weight of materials g 10 535
which are (also
theoretically) recyclable
Total weight of the g 11 515
product
Recyclability rate Percentage (%) 91%
Table 25. Product recyclability of FSMF

Unit Data
Weight of materials g 19 652
which are (also
theoretically) recyclable
Total weight of the g 22 068
product
Recyclability rate Percentage (%) 89%
Table 26. Product recyclability of FXEB

Unit Data
Weight of materials g 22 824
which are (also
theoretically) recyclable
Total weight of the g 25 832
product
Recyclability rate Percentage (%) 88%
Table 27. Product recyclability of FXFA

Unit Data
Weight of materials g 2 008
which are (also

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theoretically) recyclable
Total weight of the g 2 303
product
Recyclability rate Percentage (%) 87%
Table 28. Product recyclability of FPFD

Unit Data
Weight of materials g 5 598
which are (also
theoretically) recyclable
Total weight of the g 5 837
product
Recyclability rate Percentage (%) 96%
Table 29. Product recyclability of FPFC

Unit Data
Weight of materials g 22 091
which are (also
theoretically) recyclable
Total weight of the g 23 734
product
Recyclability rate Percentage (%) 93%
Table 30. Product recyclability of FRIG

Unit Data
Weight of materials g 11 270
which are (also
theoretically) recyclable
Total weight of the g 12 300
product
Recyclability rate Percentage (%) 92%
Table 31. Product recyclability of FRGV

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Unit Data
Weight of materials g 22 466
which are (also
theoretically) recyclable
Total weight of the g 24 318
product
Recyclability rate Percentage (%) 92%
Table 32 Product recyclability of FRMD

Unit Data
Weight of materials g 14 588
which are (also
theoretically) recyclable
Total weight of the g 16 600
product
Recyclability rate Percentage (%) 88%
Table 33 Product recyclability of FHDB

4.5 Batteries
Batteries used in Nokia Siemens Networks products are in conformance
with the EU directive 2006/66/EC.
Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station LTE System Module and RF Module do
not contain any batteries or accumulators. Flexi Multiradio 10 Base
Station LTE may include optional internal batteries (Flexi Power Battery
sub-module FPBA/FPBB) when Flexi Power Module (FPMA) is used, or
it may include Flexi Power Rectifier (FPRx). Dispose of the batteries
according to your local recycling regulations.

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4.6 Acoustic noise emission

Description, relevant information


The measurements standards used ETS 300 743
regarding the acoustic noise
ISO 7779
Declared A-Weighted Sound Power Max. 58 dB(A) (in 40ºC, 100% RF
Level (LWAd) load)
Declared A-Weighted Sound Pressure 45 dB(A) (in 40ºC)
Level (Lpam)
Table 34. Acoustic noise emission

4.7 Product delivery packaging


The common materials used for the delivery packaging of the NSN
products are listed below.

Packaging Type Material Average weight Material


(g) recyclability
(yes/no)
Product package level (for each unit):
Unit package Corrugated board 1280 Yes
Accessory bag Corrugated board 170 Yes
box
Unit cushioning PS-E 260 Yes
Delivery package level (for each configuration):

Delivery container Corrugated heavy 10000 Yes


duty board or
plywood
Pallet Wood (with 10000 Yes
pressed blocks)
and plywood
Antistatic bag PE 640 Yes

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Packaging Type Material Average weight Material


(g) recyclability
(yes/no)
Strap PET or PP 120 Yes

Desiccant Bentonite clay 420 No

Table 35. Product delivery packaging

Amount of recycled materials: 98.3% (including typical configuration unit


packages + container).

Packaging materials are marked according to


• ISO 11469 standard (Plastics – generic identification and marking
of plastic products)
• DIN 6120-1 and DIN 6120-2 standards (Marking of packaging and
packaging materials for recycling purposes - Plastics packaging
and packaging materials)
• GB 18455:2001 (Packaging Recycling Marks, National Standard of
the People’s Republic of China)
The packaging materials comply with the “Essential requirements” stated
in Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive (94/62/EC).

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5 Environment related markings

5.1 EU WEEE marking of separate collection

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5.2 Marking according to the Chinese standard SJ/T


11364-2006
根据SJ/T 11364-2006 标准进行标注。
带有环保使用期的标识只适用于中华人民共和国境内,
并且只有在严格遵循相关产品手册的使用和操作要求的情况下,
环保使用期才有效.

Marking according to the Chinese standard SJ/T 11364-2006:

The marking for Environmental Friendly Use Period is applicable only


within People’s Republic of China. The Environmental Friendly Use
Period is valid only if product is used and operated strictly in accordance
with the relevant product manual.

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6 Take-back information
Nokia Siemens Networks customers can contract with Nokia Siemens
Networks for environmentally responsible end-of-life treatment of
obsolete equipment. The purpose is to recover the material and energy
content of the obsolete products and to ensure safe treatment of
substances that can cause harm to people or the environment, if
disposed of untreated. In a life-cycle perspective, EoL treatment can
compensate for some of the environmental impacts of the earlier stages
of the product’s life cycle.
Nokia Siemens Networks Equipment Take Back Solution provides Nokia
Siemens Networks customers with an end-to-end service that includes
the removal of end-of-life products from the customers' network and
ensures end-of-life treatment in an environmentally responsible way.
The Nokia Siemens Networks Equipment Take Back Solution is offered
in several modules representing end-to-end work flow of the process:
• Removal
• Collection
• Recycling
• Project Management
In Nokia Siemens Networks or Other Vendor HW Replacement, that is,
SWAP cases Take Back Solution brings in Collection and Recycling
Service as Removal and Project Management are already included. The
pricing is scalable according to the modules.
If customer chooses not to procure Nokia Siemens Networks Equipment
Take Back Solution from Nokia Siemens Networks, customer agrees to
dispose of any such equipment in a sound environmental manner, in
compliance with all applicable laws.

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