Information on waste avoidance, waste disposal and recycling 

Recycling dual

We take part in the “RECYCLING DUAL” program and thus make our contribution to protecting our environment in the best possible way. We live sustainability because protecting our future generations and the environment is very important to us.

Reg. No. LUCID DE4021863423095

Waste avoidance instructions

According to the legislator's regulations regarding Directive 2008/98/EU (European Union), measures to avoid waste have priority over waste management measures. Accordingly, before the consumer decides whether to dispose of the product professionally, it is necessary to consider whether it would make sense to sell it or repair it in the event of a defect/damage in order to avoid waste.

You can find more information about the federal waste prevention program at: Beteiligung-der-laender

Notes (BattG) on battery disposal/rechargeable batteries

In connection with the distribution of batteries or the delivery of devices containing batteries, we are obliged to inform the consumer of the following:

Consumers are legally obliged to return used batteries as end users. Consumers can return/send old batteries that we carry or have carried in our range as new batteries free of charge to our shipping warehouse (Xbid24 UG limited liability, Kirchstraße 2, D-87727 Babenhausen) (please make sure there is sufficient franking when sending by post and appropriate packaging).

The symbols shown on the batteries have the following meaning:

This symbol stands for recycling and means that used materials can be reused and thus returned to the cycle.

The symbol of the crossed out garbage can means that the battery must not be disposed of with household waste.

Pb = Battery contains more than 0.004 percent lead by mass

Cd = battery contains more than 0.002 percent cadmium by mass

Hg = Battery contains more than 0.0005 percent mercury by mass.

Please note the above instructions.

Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act (ElektroG - for manufacturers, importers of electrical and electronic equipment)

The Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act regulates the placing on the market and the return of electrically operated devices, as well as the environmentally friendly disposal or recycling to protect the environment and health. Natural resources can therefore be conserved as long as they are disposed of correctly.

In order to avoid waste from electrical and electronic devices, it makes sense to take measures that enable the service life to be extended by, for example, repairing them instead of disposing of them. Selling used devices instead of disposing of them also makes sense and can also avoid waste.

Consumers are legally obliged to collect electrical and electronic devices to be disposed of separately and to hand them over to the appropriate and authorized collection points such as company collection points or recycling centers, etc.

Electrical and electronic devices can be disposed of or handed in here:

The symbol of the crossed out garbage can means that electrical devices must not be placed in household waste and must be disposed of accordingly.

You can find more information about the electrical law at:

Light sources and lamps

As a rule, most light sources and lamps contain pollutants that can harm the environment and people, as well as valuable resources that can be reused. Consumers are legally obliged to hand in bulbs and lamps that need to be disposed of at an appropriate collection point such as a recycling center or recycling center.

Addresses to collection points at:

Packaging Act (VerpackG)

The Packaging Act is intended to avoid/reduce/recycle packaging waste and to protect our environment. The Packaging Act also regulates obligations that must be adhered to when placing packaging on the market.

You can find more information about the packaging law at:


Disposal instructions for packaging

Shipping packaging, sales packaging, etc. must not be disposed of in residual waste or in the garbage can and must be collected and disposed of using collection systems such as the garbage can for paper or the yellow bag. These measures protect our environment and enable packaging to be recycled.


Data protection: It is important to ensure that there is no personal data on old devices that are returned or to be disposed of.

If possible, remove all batteries, accumulators and lamps from old devices that should be disposed of properly.

Waste and devices (e.g. batteries, accumulators, electrical and electronic devices, lamps, etc.) contain toxins and valuable resources that can harm the environment and people. Many materials are recyclable and can therefore be used again for new production.

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