Information on waste electrical and electronic equipment (according to ElektroG)
1. Information on the disposal of old devices
We would like to point out that owners of old electrical and electronic equipment are obliged to collect them separately. In particular, old devices must not be disposed of in the residual waste bin or the yellow bin.
This is indicated by the symbol of the crossed-out garbage can:
You can use the following link to view an online directory of collection and return points: https://www.ear-system.de/ear-verzeichnis/collection-und-ruecknahmestellen
2. Note on the removal of old batteries or accumulators
Before handing in old electrical or electronic equipment to a collection point, you must remove old batteries or accumulators if they are not enclosed by the old appliance.
3. WEEE Registration Number
We are registered as a manufacturer of electrical and electronic equipment with the Stiftung elektro-altgeräte register (ear), Nuremberg, with the following registration number: WEEE-Reg.-Nr. UK 46904832
4. Information on the achieved collection and recycling rate for waste electrical and electronic equipment
Information on this can be found at: https://www.bmuv.de/themen/wasser-RESOURCES-Waste/Circulation Economy/Statistics/Elektro-und-elektronikaltgeraete