enwitec electronic GmbH & Co.KG
responsible in terms of §5 TMG: Johann Wimmer
enwitec electronic GmbH & Co.KG
Managing Director: Johann Wimmer
commercial register: county court Landshut, HRB 7875, HRA 109 33
place of business: Wurmannsquick, Rogglfing
USt-IdNr.: DE 294711535
WEEE-Reg.-Nr. DE 71566755
1. Contents of the website
The contents of this website were written with due diligence and by the author’s best knowledge. We can be held liable only by general laws, especially for our own contents acc. § 7 TMG (German law on tele-media) and for external contents acc. §§ 8 – 10 TMG. As a Provider of tele-media we can be held liable for external contents only once we have knowledge of a concrete infringement of law. We reserve the right to change or delete contents of this webpage which are not subject to any contractual obligation.
2. Links on external Websites
Contents of external websites on which we are linking direct or indirect (through „hyperlinks“ or „deeplinks“) are beyond our responsibility and are not adopted as our own content. When the links were published, we didn’t have knowledge of any illegal activities or contents on these websites. Since we do not have any control on the contents of these websites, we distance ourselves from all contents of all linked websites, which were updated after the setting of the links. For all contents and especially damages, resulting of the use of the linked websites, only the provider of these linked websites can be held liable. If we receive knowledge of illegal contents on these linked websites, we will delete the according links.
3. Intellectual property rights
All content of this website, especially texts, pictures, images, graphical presentations, music, trademarks, brands and so forth, are subject to copyright laws. The use, reproduction and so on are subject to the individual rights of the respective owner of the copyright or administrator of these rights. If you want to use such content, please let us know and we will establish contact with the respective owner/administrator.
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Old electrical and electronic products contain valuable materials and therefore do not belong in the household waste!
For this reason, as a consumer, you are obliged under the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act in Germany (“Law on the placing on the market, return and environmentally friendly disposal of electrical and electronic equipment”) to ensure that it is disposed of properly and separately from household waste. To make this clear, all new electrical and electronic products that have been put on the market since 2005 have been provided with the symbol of a crossed-out garbage can, as a visible sign of resource conservation and environmental protection.
The electrical law regulates what happens to the collected electrical and electronic products:
They must be collected and transported in such a way that no dangerous substances can be released on the way. Certified waste management companies treat the products, render pollutants harmless and recover raw materials in complex processes, which are recycled into the production process as secondary raw materials. For suitable old products, the legislator also prescribes an examination of whether reuse would be possible. Ideally, the old products can be refurbished and reused as good used ones. Second-hand smartphones, PCs and laptops in particular may be suitable for a second or third life. In this respect, the proper collection and disposal of electrical and electronic products protects the climate and the environment and also protects the increasingly scarce resources on earth.