Owner: Yasin Akgün, Dipl.-Ing. TU (mechanical engineering)
Aquacentrum, Münchener Str 4a,
D-85748 Garching, Germany
Tel.: +49 89-416 117 990
Fax.: +49 89-416 117 991
Switzerland: +41 31 528 10 86
England (UK): +44 20 331 835 68
US: +1 646 586 93 12
Responsible for content: Yasin Akgün, address as shown
Yasin Akgun, Business card.vcf
Registration court: Munich District Court
Tax number: 144/104/40076
VAT registration number: DE245336265
Our EORI: DE 7911564
Waste electrical equipment register: WEEE reg. no. DE 93599565
Account holder: Aquacentrum
BIC (SWIFT): BYLADEM1KMS
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Information on the disposal of old electrical devices (ElektroG, Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act)
The Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG) contains a variety of requirements for the handling of electrical and electronic equipment. The most important ones are compiled here:
Separate collection of old devices
Electrical and electronic equipment that has become waste is called old equipment. Owners of old appliances have to provide them with a separate collection of unsorted municipal waste. In particular, old appliances are not in the household waste, but in special collection and return systems.
batteries and accumulators
Owners of old devices must generally separate old batteries and accumulators that are not enclosed in the old device from the old device before handing it over to a collection point. This does not apply if the old devices are handed over to public waste disposal companies and separated there from other old devices for the purpose of preparation for reuse.
Options for returning old devices
Owners of old devices from private households can hand them in at the collection points of the public waste disposal authorities or at the collection points set up by manufacturers or distributors within the meaning of the ElektroG. An online directory of the collection and return points can be found here:
Data protection notice
Old devices often contain sensitive personal information. This applies in particular to information and telecommunications equipment such as computers and smartphones. Please note in your own interest that each end user is responsible for the deletion of the data on the waste equipment to be disposed of.
Meaning of the “crossed-out trash can” symbol
The symbol of a crossed-out garbage can, which is regularly shown on electrical and electronic devices, indicates that the respective device must be collected separately from unsorted municipal waste at the end of its service life.
Manufacturer registration number
As a manufacturer within the meaning of the ElektroG, we are registered with the responsible Stiftung Elektro-Altgeräte Register (Nordostpark 72, 90411 Nuremberg) under the following registration number: WEEE reg. No. DE 93599565