WEEE-Information for recycling treatment facilities

EU WEEE directive 2002/96/EC article 11 requires that information be provided for recycling treatment facilities involved in disposal of electrical products first marketed in the EU after August 13th, 2005 (this date may differ in each EU country). J. Morita MFG. CORP. exports some medical devices to the EU market which are classified in category 8 of the WEEE directive.  

Any recycling treatment facility requiring such information should please contact:

J. Morita Europe GmbH

Mrs. Petra Kunkel
Justus-von-Liebig-Strasse 27a
63128 Dietzenbach
Germany

T  +49. 6074. 836 0
F  +49. 6074. 836 299
pkunkel@morita.de
www.morita.com/europe

Batteries and accumulators can't be disposed together with household garbage!

EU-Directive 2006/66/EG, Articel 8 specifies an appropirate withdrawal system for old batteries and accumulators.

The end-consumer is bound to restorate all used or broken batteries and accumulators. They can be given to public collecting points free of charge.

J. Morita Euope GmbH is registered at GRS Batterien with the manufacturers no. 1702535 and is allowed to act as a handover point.

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