Battery law notices
The battery law (BattG) replaced on December 1, 2009 for battery regulation. However, the information requirements for the online retailer remain virtually unchanged. Any business who sells batteries, rechargeable batteries or battery-operated devices (such as watches) to consumers must inform them of the statutory return obligation. Batteries do not belong in the normal household waste but must be disposed of separately. Disposal is the responsibility of the dealer.
In online commerce, the customer must be advised that he can return the empty batteries at the seller's shipping warehouse. The return must be free for the customer. You can return the batteries free of charge to us directly in the shop or send them by post to the following address:
Airless Discounter GmbH
Köpenicker Landstraße 151
Our duty to inform according to the battery law
Old batteries do not belong in household waste. You can return used batteries free of charge at our shipping depot. As a consumer, you are legally obliged to return used batteries.
Please only send completely discharged batteries back to us and take care to package the returned batteries properly. For example. by masking or insulating the poles so that no short circuit can occur.
Contaminated batteries are marked with a crossed-out wheeled bin symbol and the chemical symbol (Cd, Hg or Pb) of the heavy metal that determines its classification as pollutant:
1. "Cd" stands for cadmium.
2. "Hg" stands for mercury.
3. "Pb" stands for lead.