Battery law notice
In connection with the sale of batteries and rechargeable batteries and devices containing batteries or rechargeable batteries, we would like to inform you of the following pursuant to § 18 of the Battery Act (BattG). This notice is intended for end users who use batteries and no longer resell in the form delivered to them:
Batteries and rechargeable batteries must not be disposed of in household waste. As the end user, you are legally obligated to return used batteries and rechargeable batteries. You can return them after use either at your local collection points, in the trade or directly to us for free disposal.
As a distributor of batteries, we are obligated to take back used batteries, whereby our obligation to take back used batteries is limited to the type that we carry or have carried as new batteries in our product range, as well as to the quantity that end users usually dispose of. You can therefore either return used batteries to us with sufficient postage or drop them off directly at our dispatch warehouse at the following address free of charge:
WEBER RESCUE SHOP GmbH
Used batteries may contain pollutants or heavy metals that can harm the environment and health. Batteries can be recycled because they contain important raw materials such as iron, zinc, manganese or nickel. Batteries and accumulators that contain pollutants are marked with the symbol of a crossed-out trash can and the chemical name of the pollutant. Here Cd stands for cadmium, Hg for mercury and Pb for lead.