In accordance with BattV - battery regulation (regulation over the withdrawal and disposal of used batteries and accumulators) in the version of publication on 2 July 2001, (BGBl. I S 1486, changed by law on 9 September 2001 BGBl. I S. 2331) we point out that the customer as a final consumer is legally obliged to return batteries which are harmful and wasted.
You can return the batteries free of charge after usage in collecting containers of selling point or in your direct neighborhood (for example local collecting places). If batteries are sent to us, the package has to be franked sufficiently.
Batteries or rechargeable batteries containing harmful substances are marked with the symbol of a through-crossed garbage bin.
Next to the garbage bin symbol you will find the chemical marking of the harmful substances. "Cd" stands for cadmium, "Pb" for lead, "Hg" for mercury, "Li" for lithium, "Ni" for nickel, "Mh" for metal hydride and "Zi" for zinc.
End of the battery regulation