The reporter learned from the Jinhua Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau that up to now, the area under the jurisdiction of the bureau has exported 1,367 batches of batteries and direct products with a value of nearly 100 million US dollars. The export volume of electric tools, toys, lamps and other electronic and electrical products with batteries It is huge. Therefore, the inspection and quarantine department reminds relevant companies to take precautions and respond in advance: First, the domestic battery industry should further strengthen the construction of standardization systems, improve standardized production levels, ensure product quality from the source, and work hard to improve the level of technology and technology to seize the market. Commanding heights; second, attach great importance to the changing trends of foreign battery regulations and directives, pay attention to the dynamics of new standards and new regulations, grasp their requirements and take effective countermeasures; third, electronic and electrical product manufacturers should seize the opportunity to take green environmental protection as Breakthrough in transformation and upgrading, improve the quality of raw materials, improve production technology, increase investment in scientific research, and implement green environmental certification for products in strict accordance with standards and regulations to ensure that export products meet environmental protection requirements. Lithium batteries, nickel batteries, cadmium batteries and other types of batteries are my country’s important export commodities and are widely used in power tools, toys and household appliances. Because batteries generally contain harmful substances such as heavy metals, they are potentially harmful to the environment. In recent years, developed countries have increasingly stringent requirements on the environmental protection and safety of batteries and electronic and electrical products equipped with batteries, and have issued a series of regulations to strengthen the environmental protection and safety of battery products and strengthen the management of waste battery recycling. For example, the European Union imposes restrictions on the listing of batteries and accumulators containing harmful substances, and makes special regulations on battery recycling and disposal. Its main goal is to minimize the negative impact of batteries, accumulators, and discarded batteries on the environment, and impose greater restrictions on battery imports. High barriers to entry. US states have successively issued laws prohibiting button batteries containing mercury and PBDE flame retardants from entering the market. New York and California have introduced a series of mandatory recycling measures for waste batteries, and calls for the establishment of a universal recycling system in the United States are also growing. . In addition, developing countries such as Brazil have also begun to follow up and introduced mandatory environmental protection regulations for batteries and battery packs.