Information of Battery Regulation
According the German Battery Regulation (§ 12 BlattV (Verordnung ueber die Ruecknahme und Entsorgung gebrauchter Batterien und Akkumulatoren (BattV) of March 27, 1998 (BGBl. I S. 658))) we point out as follows: You as final customer are legally obliged to return used batteries. Please dispose these only at the specialist shop or at battery collecting points. This is a specific contribution to the environmental protection. Used batteries can be returned to our shop or by sending post-paid to our postal address.
Batteries which contain pollutants are marked with the symbol of a crossed garbage bin
and may not be disposed with the house garbage or industrial
waste. Below the crossed garbage bin symbol you find the chemical designation
of the pollutant. For example, "Cd" (Cadmium), "Pb",
"Li" (Lithium) / "Li-Ion" (Lithium Ions), "Ni"
(Nickel), "Mh" (Metallhydrid), "Pb" (Lead), "Zi"
(Zinc), "Hg" (Mercury).
Page released February 13, 2008