Batteries or rechargeable batteries can be included in the scope of delivery. As a dealer, we are obliged to inform our customers about the battery ordinance in connection with the sale of batteries:
Since 1998, the Battery Ordinance has obliged all citizens to dispose of used batteries and accumulators exclusively through retailers or the specially set up collection points (statutory return obligation).
Please dispose of all batteries as required by law. Disposal in household waste is strictly forbidden. You can hand in the batteries and accumulators free of charge at communal collection points or in local shops.
Batteries or rechargeable batteries purchased from us can also be returned to the following address after use.
(please post sufficient postage)
PDA-Punkt / Boris Volovnik
45470 Mülheim / Ruhr
Tel .: +49 (0) 208/9413505
Fax: +49 (0) 208/9413502
E-Mail: PDA-Punkt [@] t-online.de
According to BattV - Battery Ordinance (Ordinance on the return and disposal of used batteries and accumulators) in the version of the announcement of July 2, 2001 (Federal Law Gazette IS 1486, amended by the law of 9 September 2001, Federal Law Gazette I p. 2331) we point out that the customer, as the end user, is legally obliged to return batteries containing pollutants, which are waste.
You can return the batteries free of charge after use in collection bins at the sales outlets or in their immediate vicinity (e.g. municipal collection points). If batteries are sent to us, the package must be sufficiently franked.
Batteries or rechargeable batteries that contain harmful substances are marked with the symbol of a crossed out garbage can:
The chemical name of the pollutant is located near the garbage can symbol. "Cd" stands for cadmium, "Pb" for lead, "Hg" for mercury, "Li" for lithium, "Ni" for nickel, "Mh" for metal hydride and "Zi" for zinc.