Disposal of Old Devices

Disposal of electrical and electronic equipment

The symbol of the "crossed-out dustbin" means that you are required by law to dispose of this equipment separately from unsorted municipal waste. Disposal via household waste, such as the residual waste garbage can or the yellow garbage can, is prohibited. Avoid misdirected waste by disposing of it correctly at special collection and return points.

Removal of batteries

If the products contain batteries and accumulators that can be removed from the old device without destroying it, these must be removed before disposal and disposed of separately as batteries. The following batteries or accumulators are contained in this electrical device:

  • NetHSM: Lithium button battery
  • NitroPad: Lithium-ion accumulator, lithium button battery
  • NitroPC: Lithium button battery

Options for returning old devices

Owners of old devices can return them free of charge within the scope of the possibilities for the return or collection of old devices set up and available by public waste management authorities, so that a proper disposal of the old devices is ensured. This link provides the option of viewing an online directory of collection and take-back points.

Data protection

We would like to point out to all end users of WEEE that you are responsible for deleting personal data on the waste equipment to be disposed of.

Collection and recycling quotas

According to the WEEE Directive, the EU member states are obliged to collect data on waste electrical and electronic equipment and to transmit this data to the European Commission. You can find more information on this on the BMU website.