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CEDAR® is a registered trademark registered with the USPTO and comparable agencies in other countries.
DNS One™, DNS 8 Live™, DNS1500™, DNS2000™, DNS3000™, CEDAR Cambridge™, CEDAR Trinity™, CEDAR Studio™, CEDAR Studio AAX™, Retouch™, CEDAR Tools™, CEDAR Duo™ and other trade names used within this website and elsewhere on the company's products and in its literature are tradenames of CEDAR Audio Ltd. All rights reserved.
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Text and graphics used on this website and elsewhere in the company's literature may not be used in connection with any product or service that does not belong to CEDAR Audio Ltd or its authorised licensees in any manner that is likely to cause confusion amongst customers, other members of the audio/video industries or the general public.
This website may contain links to other sites on the internet. CEDAR Audio Ltd has no control over these and is not responsible for the practices or content of other websites.
All hardware products and sub-assemblies manufactured by CEDAR since 1st January 2006 are RoHS compliant. The most notable change to achieve compliance has been the phasing out of lead-based electronic solder, but the Directive also controls the use of substances such as lead, cadmium and mercury in batteries and other components. All current CEDAR products are manufactured using RoHS compliant components and manufacturing methods.
Any statement of RoHS compliance made by CEDAR Audio Ltd may be based, in part or in full, on statements provided to the Company by suppliers of components and/or sub-assemblies. CEDAR Audio Ltd may not have undertaken independent tests to establish the compliance of such components and/or sub-assemblies.
The WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Directive aims to minimise the impact of electrical and electronic items on the environment, during manufacture, during use, and at the end of use.
All electronic products manufactured by CEDAR Audio Ltd bear the WEEE directive 'wheelie bin' symbol, and are supplied with information about the correct procedure for disposal at the end of use. CEDAR Audio Ltd will be happy to try to provide its customers with information about local organisations that can reprocess the products, or alternatively all products that have reached their end of use can be returned to CEDAR Audio Ltd in the UK at the owner's cost and they will then be reprocessed correctly free of charge.
CEDAR Audio Ltd Environmental and Recycling policy
CEDAR Audio Ltd has a policy to recycle materials where possible and to minimise waste. As well as recycling general office waste such as paper and packaging materials, old computer equipment is re-purposed within CEDAR where possible, or offered to local charities free of charge for continued use. Old fluorescent tubes, circuit boards plus other electrical and electronic items are segregated and sent to a managed recycling scheme for disposal. CEDAR also has a policy to minimise energy waste, both through energy conservation measures such as high-performance glazing and insulation, and through careful monitoring and control of energy consumption.
Click here to read the Environment Policy document.
Download the company's Quality Control statement here.