AIAG's ELV (End of Life Vehicle program) Spreadsheet

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JaySturgeon

Customer Request

Help!!
I have gotten a request from my customer (Tier Two) to fill out a spreadsheet which I believe to be a new environmental requirement from the big three. It is called "AIAG ELV spreadsheet".

Does anyone have any experience with this? Is this something I can do, with no experience and/or training.

Would appreciate any input.

Thanks,

Jay

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tomvehoski

ELV is the End of Life Vehicle program. Basically they want to know what materials are in a car, and which of those are hazardous, recycleable, etc. I have not seen the spreadsheet you are referring to, but did assist a client with entering information on their parts into an online database - Visteon I think.

You will need to determine what the basic substances of your parts are, and what is the weight of each substance. As I recall there are some lowest level components, such as steel. You don't have to break it down into iron, carbon, etc. Say you make a bumper that is chrome plated (outside) and e-coated (inside). To make up some numbers, you might have:

Bumper (10kg) ------
Stamping: Steel Grade XXXX (9.8kg)
Chrome Plate:
Chromium (0.05 kg)
Nickel (0.05 kg)
E-Coat: Product ID #### (0.1kg)

If you are making basic steel or plastic parts, it may not be too difficult to set this up. If you are involved with hazardous materials, platings, etc. it may be more difficult to break the part down into its individual components. You will have to get the guidance from your customer on what their lowest level substances are.

Hope this helps.
 
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Bill Ryan - 2007

We have just filled out the AIAG spreadsheet (we alloy our own aluminum for die casting) and submitted it to one of our customers. Our Materials group stated it was a fairly simple task. This customer also has given its suppliers the option of going the "IMDS route".

As I understand it, this requirement ("Restricted and Reportable Substances") is being forced down the entire supply chain.

Bill
 
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JaySturgeon

More Paperwork

We make two small parts for this customer. They are metal stampings. After the stamping process they go direct to the customer. I can't imagine then that this is a big deal. I have the metal composition, part weight and that is about it right?

The material is basic cold roll steel. I do have a lubrication we use when stamping the part.

I have started to fill out the spreadsheet. I have finished the part tree section and am about ready to move to the material sheet. Any help there would be appreciated.

Thanks you the input.....

Jay
 
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ashwin_kumar942

Ya i know how to enter the data's into the AIAG spread sheet. Please give me your contact details and email id i will send you the exact format....
 

antoine.dias

Quite Involved in Discussions
Re: Customer Request

Help!!
I have gotten a request from my customer (Tier Two) to fill out a spreadsheet which I believe to be a new environmental requirement from the big three. It is called "AIAG ELV spreadsheet".

Does anyone have any experience with this? Is this something I can do, with no experience and/or training.

Would appreciate any input.

Thanks,

Jay

:bonk:

Hello Jay,

The spreadsheet is available for free from the AIAG website.
Check : http://www.aiag.org/staticcontent/elv_doc/index.cfm

Best regards,

Antoine
 
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ashwin_kumar942

Hi guys,

Any job oppurtunity will be there for me...i am into IMDS and ELV stuffs...I need a abroad job...if you guys know please let me know....i am in a desperate need of job...Please kindly help me...

:thanx:
 
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