Battery Directive

Notes on disposal of used batteries

The following text is directed to the end user who uses batteries or products with built-in batteries in the supplied form and does not resell:

1. Gratuitous withdrawal of used batteries

Batteries must not be disposed of with house waste!
You are legally obliged to return used batteries, so a proper disposal can be ensured. You can give batteries to a municipal collection center or to retailer on site. We are also, as a distributor of batteries are obliged to take back waste batteries, but we are obliged to take back batteries of the type that we have or we have had as new batteries in our catalogue. Used batteries of the aforementioned type can be either sent to us through post service or they can be brought to our warehouse at the following address free of charge.

Graupner/SJ GmbH
Henriettenstr. 96
73230 Kirchheim unter Teck
Deutschland

2. Disposal note

The garbage can symbol below on the product, user manual or packaging indicates that this product must not be disposed of with other household waste at the end of its life. It must be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. The materials are recyclable as marked.
By recycling, material reusing or other forms of scrap usage you are making an important contribution to environmental protection.
Batteries and accumulators must be removed from the device and disposed of at an appropriate collection point. Please inquire if necessary from the local authority for the appropriate disposal site.
Batteries are marked with the symbol of a crossed garbage can. This symbol indicates that the batteries should not disposed of with home waste. For batteries containing more than 0.0005 percent mercury, more than 0.002 percent cadmium or more than 0.004 percent lead, is located under the garbage can symbol, the chemical name of the pollutant used in each case - where "Cd" for cadmium, "Pb" stands for lead, and "Hg"for mercury.

Muelltonne