Note on the Electrical Law

  1. Disposal of electrical and electronic equipment

The crossed-out garbage can means that you are legally obliged to collect these devices separately from unsorted municipal waste. Disposal in the residual waste bin or the yellow bin is prohibited. If the products contain batteries or rechargeable batteries that are not permanently installed, they must be removed before disposal and disposed of separately as batteries.


  1. Options for returning old devices

Owners of old devices can hand them in within the scope of the return or collection of old devices set up and available by public waste disposal authorities, so that proper disposal of old devices is ensured. Under the following link there is the possibility to view an online directory of the collection and return points:


  1. Privacy

We would like to point out to all end users of electrical and electronic equipment that you are responsible for deleting personal data on the waste equipment to be disposed of.


  1. WEEE registration number

We are registered as a manufacturer of electrical and / or electronic equipment with the foundation Elektro-Altgeräte Register, Nordostpark 72, 90411 Nürnberg, under the registration number DE24874545.