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Information for battery disposal

In connection with the sale of batteries or with the delivery of devices that contain batteries, we are under obligation to bring the following to your attention:

As the end user, you are legally under obligation to return used batteries. You can return old batteries, which offer or have offered in our new battery assortment, free of charge to our dispatch warehouse (dispatch address).

The battery may not be discarded with the household waste. The symbols showed on the batteries have the following meaning:
The symbol of the crossed-out dustbin means that the battery may not be discarded with the household waste.

Pb = Battery contains more than 0.004 percent by mass of Lead
Cd = Battery contains more than 0.002 percent by mass of Cadmium
Hg = Battery contains more than 0.0005 percent by mass of Mercury

Please pay attention to the above instructions.

 

Note on the disposal of electrical appliances

The following information is intended for private households that use electrical and/or electronic appliances. Please follow these important instructions in the interest of environmentally friendly disposal of old appliances and your own safety.

1. Instructions for the disposal of electrical and electronic equipment

Owners of used electrical and/or electronic appliances (WEEE) must dispose of it separately from unsorted municipal waste. WEEE may therefore not be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste and in particular does not belong in household waste. Instead, these WEEE must be collected separately and disposed of, for example, via the local collection and return systems.

Owners of WEEE must also separate used batteries and accumulators that are not enclosed in the WEEE from the WEEE before handing them in at a collection point. The latter does not apply insofar as the WEEE is separated from other WEEE in accordance with § 14 section 5 sentences 2 and 3 of the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG) within the framework of opting by the public waste management authorities for the purpose of preparing it for reuse.

2. Meaning of the symbol according to Annex 3 to the ElektroG

The symbol for the separate collection of electrical and electronic equipment represents a crossed-out wheeled bin. This symbol in accordance with Annex 3 to the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG) enables owners to recognise old appliances that are to be collected separately from unsorted municipal waste.

 

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