Information according to the German Batteries Act and in regards to EU guidelines

We are obligated to inform you according to the Batteries Act (BattG) as follows: 

Disposing of batteries into household garbage is not permitted; you are bound by law to return used batteries. Used batteries can contain harmful substances which can damage the environment or your health when not disposed of correctly. Batteries also contain important commodities such as iron, zinc, manganese or nickel which will be recycled. You may send the used batteries back to us, or you can return them to your local recycling center free of charge (recommended). The symbol of the crossed waste container is a warning against disposing of hazardous materials into household garbage.

  • at a collection point
  • points of sale that market batteries

Electrical and electronic equipment

Electrical and electronic products should not be thrown away with household waste.

Consumers can return their WEEE to one of the municipal collection points free of charge.

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