The symbol of the "crossed-out garbage can" means that you
are legally obliged to collect the marked products separately from unsorted municipal waste.
Disposal with household waste, such as the residual waste bin or the yellow bin, is prohibited. Avoid waste by disposing of it correctly at special collection and return points. Contact your city or local authority for free return locations.
Where possible, minimize the generation of waste from
used batteries. When making your choice, please pay attention to rechargeable accumulators or batteries with a longer service life. Please avoid littering public spaces by disposing of batteries correctly instead of leaving them lying around.
Please examine options for recycling the battery instead of disposing of it, for example by
reconditioning or the repair of the battery.
Batteries can contain hazardous chemical substances that pollute the environment and endanger the health of people and animals.
Particular caution is required when handling batteries containing lithium, as they can also easily ignite and cause fires if handled improperly.
Batteries and accumulators that are contained in electrical devices and can be removed non-destructively , must be disposed of separately from this
BattG registration number
Under the registration number DE 91780737 we are with the
elektro-altgeräte register foundation, Nordostpark 72, 90411 Nuremberg , registered as a manufacturer of batteries/accumulators.
The symbol of the "crossed-out wheelie bin" means that you are legally obliged to collect these devices separately from unsorted municipal waste. Disposal with household waste, such as the residual waste bin or the yellow bin, is prohibited. Avoid waste by disposing of it correctly at special collection and return points.
2. Removing batteries and lamps
If the products contain batteries and rechargeable batteries or lamps that can be removed from the old device without destroying them, these must be removed before disposal and disposed of separately as batteries or lamps. The following batteries or accumulators are contained in this
electrical device: Battery type 2400mAh rechargeable battery with the chemical element lithium.
3. Possibilities of returning old devices
Owners of old devices can return or collect old devices free of charge within the framework of the options set up and available by public waste disposal authorities, so that the old devices can be disposed of properly is ensured. In addition, under certain conditions, the return is also possible with distributors. The
following link provides the option of displaying an online directory of collection and return points: https://www.ear-system.de/ear-index/collection-and-ruecknahmestellen.
The take-back can be done free of charge when purchasing a new device of the same type. (1:1 return) Irrespective of this, there is the option of returning the old devices to the distributor free of charge. The prerequisite for this is that the external dimensions are no larger than 25 centimeters and that the return is limited to three old devices per type of device (0:1 return).
4. Data protection
We would like to point out to all end users of old electrical and electronic equipment that you are responsible for deleting
personal data on the old equipment to be disposed of.
5. WEEE registration number
We are registered with the stiftung elektro-altgeräte register, Nordostpark 72, 90411 Nuremberg, under registration number DE 31129761 as a manufacturer of electrical and/or electronic devices.
6. Collection and recycling rates
According to the WEEE directive, the EU member states are obliged to collect data on waste electrical and electronic equipment and to transmit this to the European Commission. On the BMUV website< /a> For more information.