Information on the Battery Act

Information obligation according to the Battery Act (BattG)

Our products may contain batteries and rechargeable batteries. These must not be disposed of in household waste. Consumers are legally obliged to return batteries and rechargeable batteries to the designated collection points (e.g. municipal collection points or in our store). Returns are free of charge. Alternatively, you can also send used batteries and rechargeable batteries purchased from us back to us (Brewout Coffee Co, samuel Lerch & Nils-Henning Neß GbR, Freibadstr. 20a, DE-81543 Munich).

Batteries contain valuable raw materials that can be recycled. If disposed of improperly, the substances contained in batteries can have a negative impact on the environment and human health. Batteries must therefore be collected separately and recycled.

Explanation: The crossed-out garbage can symbol means that batteries and rechargeable batteries must not be disposed of in household waste.
The abbreviations under the garbage can mean:

  • Pb: Battery contains lead
  • Cd: Battery contains cadmium
  • Hg: Battery contains mercury

ElektroG Registration:

We ensure that the electrical (electronic) devices we offer come from manufacturers who are registered with the EAR Foundation in accordance with the ElektroG. The criterion for this is the WEEE number.

As a distributor, we refer to the proper registration of the manufacturer with the EAR Foundation.

The WEEE numbers of the manufacturers can be checked in the EAR Foundation directory at the following link:

Registration with the Stiftung Elektro Altgeräte: 53079996
Foundation "Central Packaging Register" (LUCID): DE1143731281583