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MTS WEEE and Battery Compliance
These directives require that electronic and battery waste is handled and disposed of properly. By recycling WEEE and batteries separately from unsorted municipal waste, you help to keep harmful substances out of the environment. Health risks associated with e-waste can result from direct contact with harmful materials as well as the accumulation of chemicals in soil, water and food.
Recycling of Household or Dual-Use Products and Portable Batteries:
If you have a Household or dual use product that has reached end of life, you should dispose of it at your local municipal facility that accepts WEEE and/or batteries.
Recycling of Professional Products and Industrial Batteries:
If you have an MTS Professional product or lead acid Industrial battery that have reached end of life, you can contact MTS at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements for the takeback and responsible recycling of the items, without cost to our customers.
Product Markings and their Meanings
The Wheelie Bin Logo for WEEE:
This symbol means that the equipment should not be disposed of in the normal, unsorted waste stream. The horizontal line below the wheelie bin indicates the equipment has been manufactured after the Directive came into force (13 August 2005).
The Wheelie Bin Logo for Batteries:
This symbol means that the battery should not be disposed of in the normal, unsorted waste stream and has been required on batteries placed on the market after 26 September 2008.
Special Battery Markings:
• In addition to the crossed out wheelie bin, a battery may be marked with following
- Hg - indicating the battery contains certain thresholds of Mercury
- Cd - indicating the battery contains certain thresholds of Cadmium
- Pb - indicating the battery contains certain thresholds of Lead
• Instructions for readily removable batteries that may be incorporated into our
products can be found in the associated product manual