Information obligation according to ElektroG (amended)

Information obligations according to ElektroG (amended)

1. disposal of electrical and electronic appliances

The symbol of the "crossed-out dustbin" means that you are legally obliged to dispose of these appliances separately from unsorted municipal waste. Disposal via household waste, e.g. the residual waste garbage can or the yellow garbage can is prohibited. Avoid incorrect disposal by disposing of waste correctly at special collection and return points.

2. removal of batteries and lamps

If the products contain batteries and rechargeable batteries or lamps that can be removed from the old appliance without causing damage, these must be removed before disposal and disposed of separately as batteries or lamps.

3. options for returning old appliances

Owners of old appliances can hand them in free of charge within the framework of the options for returning or collecting old appliances set up and available by public waste disposal authorities, so that proper disposal of the old appliances is ensured.

4. data protection

We would like to point out to all end users of waste 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, Germany, as a manufacturer of electrical and/or electronic equipment under the registration number DE 26170472.

6. collection and recycling rates

According to the WEEE Directive, EU member states are obliged to collect data on waste electrical and electronic equipment and transmit this to the European Commission. Further information can be found on the BMUV website.