Sustainability: Environmental, Social, and Governance

It is important to improve the well-being of people and the environment by working in socially and environmentally sustainable and responsible ways. Learn more about how we do this at Littelfuse.

Policies

Environmental Health and Safety Policy

Littelfuse is committed to conducting its worldwide manufacturing and distribution operations in a responsible manner that protects the environment and ensures the safety and welfare of our associates, customers, and neighbors. View Policy

Social Responsibility Policy

Littelfuse has implemented social responsibility programs that apply across our organization and to our suppliers. View Policy

Compliance Practices

Conflict Minerals Statement

Littelfuse expects our suppliers to comply with the Electronic Industry Code of Conduct and to only source materials from environmentally and socially responsible suppliers. View Conflict Minerals Statement

Environmental Compliance

As members of the global community, we always strive to understand the impact of what we do, and of what we create, on the world around us. Learn More

Environmental Product Information

Visit the Littelfuse Business Center to search our database by product to find RoHS compliance and certification, lead- and halogen-free certification, REACH compliance and certification, and ICP test reports. Littelfuse Business Center

NAFTA Certificate of Origin Statement

Applying only to IXYS: A Littelfuse Technology Integrated Circuits products, this statement explains how we communicate product country of origin.View NAFTA Certificate of Origin Statement

California Compliance Practices

California Proposition 65

To comply with California’s Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, called Proposition 65, Littelfuse has determined that some products may result in exposure to a Proposition 65 chemical and provided resources for warnings. View Proposition 65 Resources

California Transparency in Supply Chains

California’s Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 requires that manufacturers and retailers doing business in California disclose on their websites the steps that they have taken against the use of human trafficking in their supply chains. View Steps