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Battery regulation


In connection with the sale of batteries or accumulators, or devices powered by batteries or accumulators, we, as dealers, are obliged under the Battery Act to inform you of the relevant regulations and duties:

Waste batteries shouldn't be in the house. Consumers are legally obliged to bring batteries to a suitable collection point at the trade or the municipality. The delivery is free of charge for you. You can also return your used batteries to us. The batteries/rechargeable batteries must always be sent to us with sufficient postage:

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Waste batteries may contain pollutants or heavy metals that can harm the environment and health. In addition, batteries contain valuable raw materials that can be recycled. The environment and - smi)estore say thank youön.

The barrel means: batteries and accumulators must not be placed in the house. 
Battery disposal - not in the waste binThe characters below the waste bins stand for:
Pb: Battery contains lead
Cd: Battery contains cadmium
Hg: Battery contains mercury

You have the possibility to read this information again in the documents accompanying the delivery of the goods or in the operating instructions of the respective equipment manufacturer.

Further information on the Battery Act can be found in the consumer section of the Stiftung Gemeinsames Rücknahmesystem Batterien (GRS) [www.grs-batterien.de].


The symbol for the separate collection of electrical and electronic equipment represents a crossed-out waste bin on the walls. The disposal of these electrical appliances in the home is prohibited under the ElektroG (Act on the Placing on the Market, Collection and Environmentally Sound Disposal of Electrical and Electronic Equipment)! As consumers, they are obliged to dispose of their electrical and electronic equipment via the municipal collection and delivery systems. Consumers can hand in their old electrical equipment free of charge at one of the municipal collection points.

Information on the Elektro- und Elektronikgerütegesetz can be found on the homepage of the Federal Ministry for the Environment under the heading Waste: [www.bmu.de]