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Waste electrical equipment and batteries

1. it should be noted that all owners of waste electrical and electronic equipment are required by law to collect this equipment separately from unclassified municipal waste. Accordingly, it is prohibited to throw old electrical and electronic equipment into the residual waste garbage cans or yellow garbage cans. The obliterated dustbin symbol shown below and affixed to electrical and electronic equipment also indicates the obligation to collect separately.

2. point out to all owners of waste electrical and electronic equipment that it is a legal requirement to remove them before handing over these waste equipment, waste batteries, waste accumulators, unless they are surrounded by these waste equipment. 

3. point out that all end users of WEEE are responsible for deleting the personal data of the WEEE they dispose of. 

4. owners of WEEE have defined and available options for return or collection of WEEE by public waste management authorities to ensure proper disposal of WEEE. It is also possible to hand in electrical and electronic equipment for reuse. For more information, please contact the relevant collection point or collection service. 
You can use the following links to view the online directories of collection points and return points:

5. note on the WEEE registration number: (WEEEReg.Nr. DE) registered: DE 71202783

Since batteries and rechargeable batteries may be included, we are required by the Battery Act (BattG) to point out the following: Batteries and rechargeable batteries must not be disposed of with household waste, but the return of used batteries and rechargeable batteries is required by law. .. Used batteries may contain harmful substances and may be harmful to the environment and human health if stored or disposed of improperly. The battery also contains important raw materials such as: B. can be recycled with iron, zinc, manganese or nickel. You can return the battery free of charge after use or drop it off at a nearby location (store, municipal collection point, shipping store, etc.). Retail sales are limited to regular consumer quantities and spent batteries that the distributor has or had in stock as new batteries.

A sign with a wheeled garbage can and a cross means that the battery and accumulator must not be disposed of in household waste. Below this symbol there are also the following symbols, which have the following meaning:
Pb: Battery contains lead
Cd: Battery contains cadmium
Hg: Battery contains mercury

The following batteries are present in our electrical appliances: 
Battery type: CR2032
Height: 3.2 mm
Width: 20 mm
Voltage: 3 Volt
Capacity: 0,23 Ah
Chemical composition: Lithium