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Rücknahmetresen für Elektro-Altgeräte, Batterien, LED- und Energiesparlampen von take-e-way und Tomra

02.01.2017The legislator strikes back – Penalty for companies refusing to take back used devices

The new facts of these fines shall come into force on 1st June, 2017.More...

13.12.2016LED Stripes – Change of the device type

LED stripes are now classified as luminaires of the device type "luminaires or other lighting fixtures or equipment for spreading or controlling light that can be used in private households" of the collection group 5.More...

19.07.2016From 24th July 2016 onwards: distributor obligation to take back waste electrical devices – take-e-way has the solution

Until 24 July 2016 stationary dealers, who have a sales surface for electrical devices of more than 400 sqm, or online dealers who have a storage and dispatch area for electrical devices of more than 400 sqm, they need to have...More...

12.07.2016B2B Distributors are obliged to take back Small Electrical Devices in Germany

B2B distributors are also obliged to take back used devices from private householdsMore...

29.03.2016take-e-back solves the take-back problem of distributors of electrical and electronic equipment: OTTO participates in the take-back system

The Germany-wide take-back system for electrical and electronic equipment take-e-way presents the online platform for the take-back of waste devices according to the amended ElektroG/WEEEMore...

28.10.2015WEEE Germany – take-e-way provides the ElektroG take-back system for the retail and online trade – order now!

take-e-way provides a simple all-round system to all concerned retailers and online retailers which covers all legal obligationsMore...

23.10.2015WEEE Germany – The Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG) will come into force on 24 th October 2015

take-e-way offers free of charge consulting and full-service solutionsMore...

01.10.2015WEEE Germany - Only for Bright Stars? The new Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG): Again a Change for Lamps!

take-e-way informs producers of lamps resp. luminaires about the changes which will result for you in the field of lamps due to the coming into force of the new ElektroGMore...

26.08.2015ElektroG & WEEE in Europe – Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Austria – Invitation to Steigenberger Airport Hotel in Frankfurt – November 3rd, 2015

International symposium with regard to the implementation of the WEEE directive into German national law at Steigenberger Airport Hotel in Frankfurt/Germany on November 3rd, 2015More...

23.07.2015WEEE Germany: Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG) – Important changes for lamps

This information is important for all members and customers who have already registered LEDs and want to continue selling them.More...

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