Battery Law

1,5 billion batteries have been sold in 2014 in Germany. That means 1,5 billion times mercury, cadmium or lead – hazardous substances, which, in spite of warning, still are disposed as domestic waste. In this case in 2009 the battery law became valid. Since 1st March 2010 companies must be registrated at the Federal Environment Agency, if they want to sell batteries or accumulators in the market. This is also valid for those batteries used in devices. With following download you can print our declaration for BattG, showing all informations for your documents.



BattG directive

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RoHS

REACH directive

WEEE

The Packaging Regulation

Battery Law

EUP Regulation

Code of Conduct