Every consumer is legally obliged to dispose of old batteries and accumulators (accumulators) at an approved collection point. Batteries and accumulators (accumulators) contain pollutants and resources.
Every consumer is therefore legally obliged to dispose of old batteries and accumulators at an approved collection point. As a result, they are recycled in an environmentally and resource-friendly manner.
Batteries and rechargeable batteries must not be disposed of in the household garbage can. Device batteries (household batteries) are small and encapsulated and can be hand-held. They differ from the battery categories: starter and industrial batteries. Device batteries and accumulators can be returned free of charge wherever comparable products are sold – regardless of where they were bought and regardless of brand and type.
In many shops and institutions you will find collection boxes where you can dispose of old batteries and accumulators free of charge. Batteries and rechargeable batteries can also be handed in at all municipal cleaning recycling yards and at the mobile pollutant collection facility.
Defective batteries and rechargeable batteries should always be handed in to the recycling center’s pollutant collection facility, as well as to the mobile pollutant collection facility.