B2B take-back obligation, take-back concept and information obligation under Section 7a ElektroG3
Under the German Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG3) to be amended on 01/01/2022, manufacturers of B2B equipment will be obliged in the course of registration to submit a take-back concept (cf. Section 7a ElektroG3) to the EAR foundation (Stiftung Elektro-Altgeräte Register) and also to inform the users of their equipment about the disposal channels set up.
For registrations already existing on 01/01/2022, this concept will need to be subsequently submitted by 30/06/2022.
This regulation was drawn up in order to specify the take-back obligations of the manufacturers of B2B equipment under Section 19 ElektroG and to encourage the manufacturers to deal with their take-back obligation.
The good news is that take-e-way has created such a take-back concept and will make it available to its customers within the framework of the existing B2B contracts without any additional costs. take-e-way customers will receive more detailed information in this regard.
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Should you need such a solution for an existing registration or if you wish to newly register: We have prepared everything for you.
This is how it works: Your customer or owner of one of your products can conveniently complete an online questionnaire which will determine the costs for collection. After approval, the devices are collected, professionally recycled and the quantities reported to the EAR foundation.