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Electrical, electronic equipment contains components (for example, cables) which, after becoming waste, are classified
as hazardous waste. Hazardous materials that can be found in electrical, electronic equipment have a harmful impact
on the environment (primarily the soil and groundwater) and human health if they are not used or operated in compli-
ance with provisions on environmental protection. Thus, in accordance with EU directives and in the interest of the
protection of the environment, we request that you comply with the following provisions:
- Electrical, electronic equipment that has become waste must be collected separately and may not be placed in the
same waste collector as municipal waste, furthermore it cannot be disposed of as municipal waste.
- In general, within the area of the European Union, used electrical, electronic equipment that has become waste can be
handed over to the distributor free of charge, at the distribution site.
- Through your activities you undertake a valuable role in the re-use, and preparation for re-use, of electrical, electronic
equipment, and in the reduction in the quantity, in the recovery and in other forms of recycling of electrical, electronic
equipment that has become waste.
- In principle, manufacturers bear liability for all costs arising in connection with fulfilment of the abovementioned
obligations and expectations within the area of the European Union.