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The WEEE-Directive in Europe

The European WEEE-Directive obliges all manufacturers and importers ("initial vendors") of electrical and electronic products to take the latter back when they are no longer in use.

Reception Points for Disposal

The RoHS-Directive in Europe

The RoHS-Directive interdicts after the 30. June 2006 to put on to the market certain, new electrical and electronic equippment which contains Lead, Mercury, Cadmium, Hexavalent Chromium, Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBB) and Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDE).

The Electrics and Electronics Legislation in Germany

The implementation of the European Directives (WEEE / RoHS) in German law is the Electrics and Electronics Legislation (ElektroG). It formulates the important implementation stipulations for Germany and distinguishes between used equipment from the private sector and that which is in commercial use.

WEEE-Registration number

WEEE-Registration number: DE 16716946

Only for the German market.

Detail on the disposal or recycling of products


Self-contained luminaires, which were initially sold by the company CEAG Notlichtsysteme GmbH after 13.08.2005 in Germany and which are marked with the symbol (see above) may be handed over to the following reception points for disposal:


Internationally, the implementation of the WEEE directive has varied in national legislation. Please take the corresponding stipulations for your country from the Internet pages of our respective trading companies. To be found at:

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