Please note the following important information!
Batteries / accumulators in devices:
Remove (if possible) all batteries from the devices and dispose of them for battery disposal.
Information from manufacturers for commercial users
The Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG) contains a file of requirements for handling electrical and electronic equipment. The most important are listed here.
1. Separate collection of old devices Electrical and electronic devices that have become waste are referred to as old devices. Owners of old devices have to collect them separately from unsorted municipal waste. Old devices do not belong in the household waste, but in special collection and return systems.
2. Batteries and accumulators as well as lamps Owners of old devices have to separate old batteries and old accumulators that are not enclosed by the old device, as well as lamps that are non-destructively removed from the old device, before handing them over to a collection point. This does not apply if old devices are prepared for reuse with the participation of a public waste disposal company.
3. Options for returning old devices In order to create options for returning old devices, we work with several qualified recycling companies. If a device manufactured by us has become an old device and you want to return it, please contact: https://www.take-e-way.de/leistungen/elektrogesetz-weee-elektrog/b2b-altgeraete-ruecknahme - disposal / and fill out the questionnaire.
4. Data protection notice: Old devices often contain sensitive personal data. This applies in particular to information and telecommunications equipment such as computers and smartphones. In your own interest, please note that each end user is responsible for deleting the data on the old devices to be disposed of.
5. Meaning of the "crossed-out garbage can" symbol The crossed-out wheeled-out garbage can symbol regularly shown on electrical and electronic equipment indicates that.