Electronic waste

Safe disposal—even with harmful components.

Electrical and electronic equipment such as fridges, televisions or toasters contain valuable raw materials. These can be sensibly reused through appropriate recycling depending once the equipment is defective or replaced. But some of the equipment contains harmful components which require special disposal by specialists.

What are your obligations?

The recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment is often abbreviated to WEEE and is regulated at EU level in the WEEE Directive 2012/19/EU.

In Germany, manufacturers and importers are obligated according to the German Electrical Equipment Act (ElektroG) to take back their goods and ensure safe disposal of hazardous substances. A quantity report by type of electrical and electronic equipment must also be compiled.

What solutions does Landbell offer?

  • We stay on top of things for you and offer a full package specifically tailored to the German Electrical Equipment Act.
  • We ensure compliance with punctual collection.
  • We guarantee the fulfilment of legal recycling regulations.
  • We take care of collection right at your doorstep, if you are in the commerce and retail industry.

Your contact

We offer our tailor-made solutions together with our sister company European Recycling Platform Deutschland GmbH. Would you like to know more about our services or have further questions? If so, please contact:

Jürgen Fuchs

WEEE and batteries expert,
Managing Director European Recycling Platform Deutschland GmbH

(0 61 31) 23 56 52 – 0

Landbell GmbH

Landbell GmbH
Rheinstraße 4L
D-55116 Mainz

Phone: +49 (6131) 235652 – 0
Fax: +49 (6131) 235652 – 10
Email: info(at)landbell.de


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