A bill (No. 5846-D-2016) proposed in the Chamber of Deputies would modify the Consumer Protection Law (No. 24.240/1993) to establish standards for the design and production of electro-electronic equipment to prevent planned obsolescence. The bill would require manufacturers to guarantee that their products have a useful life of at least five years and ensure the availability of replacement parts for at least ten years after purchase. Products would have to bear a label that clearly indicates their useful life and environmental impact.