Battery Act Implementation Regulation (BattGDV)Non-official table of contents
Date of issue: 12.11.2009
" Decree on the implementation of the battery law of the 12. November 2009 (BGBl. I p. 3783) "
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(+ + + Official note of the norm-provider on EC law:
Implementation of the
EGRL 66/2006 (CELEX Nr: 32006L0066)
EGRL 34/98 (CELEX Nr: 398L0034) + + +)
Based on § 20 Number 1 and 2 of the Battery Act of 25. June 2009 (BGBl. 1582), the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety orders: Non-official contents of the table of contents
§ 1 Definitions
For This Regulation shall apply to the definitions laid down in § 2 of the Battery Act. Non-official table of contents
§ 2 Display of the market share
(1) For the display of a manufacturer according to § 4 paragraph 1 sentence 1 of the battery law Information about the following categories is required:
- manufacturer name and legal form
- The address of the manufacturer, consisting of street, house number, zip code, city and state,
- manufacturer's contact details, consisting of telephone number, fax number, email address, internet address and the name of the contact person responsible for the manufacturer,
- manufacturer's commercial register entry, consisting of commercial register number and register court, or, if the manufacturer is not registered in the commercial register, trade show of the Manufacturer, consisting of the date of the trade show and the municipal code,
- Art (§ 2 (4) to (6) of the battery law) of the batteries, which the manufacturer in the
() In addition to paragraph 1, the manufacturer of portable batteries requires the following categories:
- a declaration of the manufacturer's participation in the joint return system of the manufacturers of waste batteries (§ 6 paragraph 1 sentence 1 of the Battery Act), including the Common withdrawal system number,
- a declaration on the establishment of a manufacturer's own withdrawal system for waste batteries by the Manufacturer (Section 7 (1) sentence 1 of the Battery Act),
- The name and legal form of the manufacturer responsible for the operation of the manufacturer's own return system Third (Section 19 of the Battery Act).
The information provided for in the first sentence of sentence 1 shall include, in particular, the name of the authority by which the manufacturer ' s own withdrawal system has been approved, as well as the date and file or trade mark of the Approval.(3) In addition to the provisions of paragraph 1, manufacturers of vehicle or industrial batteries shall require:
- A declaration of the establishment of a vehicle or a manufacturer of a vehicle or an industrial product. § 8 of the Battery Act return option for waste batteries as well as
- More details about the type of return possibility and access the return entitled to the offer.
(4) For publication on the Internet pursuant to § 4 (3) sentence 1 of the Battery Act:
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- the data according to Paragraph 1 (1),
- from the information referred to in paragraph 1, point 2, the postal code, the place and the state,
- from the information specified in paragraph 1, point 3, the Internet address,
- the information referred to in paragraph 1 number 5,
- the information referred to in paragraph 2 sentence 1 without the information specified in paragraph 2, sentence 2, and
- the information specified in paragraph 3.
§ 3 Treatment and Recovery
(1) The treatment according to § 14 paragraph 1 sentence 1 of the Battery Act must include at least the removal of all liquids and acids.(2) The treatment and storage of spent batteries in treatment facilities may only be carried out at locations with impermeable surfaces and suitable, weather-resistant covering or in suitable containers; this shall also apply to only those sites which have not been used for the treatment of waste batteries. temporary storage.(3) The recovery procedures used must be carried out at the latest by the 26. The following minimum targets (recovery efficiencies) are achieved in September 2011:
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- Material recovery of 65 per cent of the average mass of Lead-acid waste batteries with a maximum amount of recycling of the lead content, which is economically reasonable and technically achievable,
- recycling 75 per cent of the average mass of nickel-cadmium waste batteries with a maximum level of recycling of the cadmium content, which is economically reasonable and technically achievable,
- material recovery of 50 percent of the average mass of other spent batteries.
§ 4 Entry into force
This regulation will take place on the 1. December 2009, in force.