The use of the WEEE number, which can be found on each of our electrical items or on its packaging, is subject to a charge. The fees are paid to the corresponding office Stiftung Elektro-Altgeräte Register in Fürth/Germany.
Battery disposal costs charged to you for electronic items are charged to the
Foundation GRS – Collective take-back system batteries under our registration number. The customer is assured when buying the items that the batteries can be returned to any dealer who also distributes batteries.
In addition, we are obliged to inform you in this connection:
Batteries may not be disposed with household waste!
You as the end user are legally obliged to properly dispose of used batteries. You can use batteries after use, e.g. in community collection points or in commerce free of charge return.
Batteries that contain pollutants are always marked with the symbol of a crossed-out wheelie bin. In addition, there is a chemical name of the pollutant (Cd, Pb or Hg) on it.