Battery Act

Battery Act

Battery Legislation

We sell batteries and such devices which contain batteries and accumulators, we are after the Battery Act (BattG) obliged to draw

your attention to the following:

Batteries and accumulators must not be disposed of with household waste, but you are legally obliged to return used batteries and accumulators.

Old batteries can contain harmful substances that could harm the environment or your health at improper storage or disposal.

Batteries also contain important raw materials such as Iron, zinc, manganese or nickel and can be recycled.

You can use the batteries after use either return to us or in the immediate vicinity (eg in trade or in municipal collection) returned unpaid.

The levy is limited to points of sale to end-users for the disposal usual amounts and those batteries, which the distributor as new batteries

in its range or has performed. When this crossed-out wheeled bin means that you must not dispose of in household waste batteries and accumulators.

Among these characters, see the following additional icons with the following meaning:

Pb: battery contains lead

Cd: battery contains cadmium

Hg: battery contains mercury