Markus Baumann and Murat Ceylan
Our company is registered with the Local Court (Amtsgericht) Bad Oeynhausen under registration number: HRB 3847
VAT IT: DE 812905479
Responsible for content according to Sec 55(2) German Interstate Broadcasting Treaty (Rundfunkstaatsvertrag): Markus Baumann (address as above)
Online dispute resolution according to Art. 14(1) ODR Regulation:
The European Commission provides an Online Dispute Resolution (OS) platform which you can find under https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/
Our e-mail address is: info atbwater com
Consumer dispute resolution/Mediation
We are not willing and/or obliged to participate in dispute resolution proceedings before a consumer dispute resolution body.
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Implementation of the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG) for the company ATB Water GmbH under the WEEE-Reg. No. DE 90134298.
The ElektroG bindingly governs what happens to collected electrical and electronic products: They are to be collected and transported in such a way that no hazardous substances can be released on the way. Certified and specialised waste disposal companies treat the products, eliminate harmful substances and recover raw materials in complex processes, which are then fed back into the manufacturing process as secondary raw materials. For suitable end-of-life products, the legislator also stipulates to test whether reuse is possible. In the ideal case, the old products can be refurbished and reused as good used products. In particular, second-hand smartphones, PCs and laptops may be suitable for a second or third life. Accordingly, professional collection and disposal of electrical and electronic products protects the climate and environment and also conserves the earth's increasingly scarce resources.