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General Guidance

Disposal of product at the end of its life

The crossed-out wheeled bin symbol means that this product should not be disposed of in your general household waste. Waste electrical and electronic equipment may contain hazardous substances which, if not treated properly, could lead to damage to the environment and human health. Instead, please contact your local authority for information on suitable collection sites and recycling facilities, or contact your local retailer who, in exchange for your buying an equivalent new product, may take back this product for free for recycling. This way you will be helping to ensure that the equipment is properly treated, and its parts recovered, recycled, or reused in an environmentally friendly way. Users are responsible for removing personal data from electronic devices before disposal. Please remove batteries from the products before disposal if possible.

Disposal of used batteries

Batteries and accumulators are marked with the crossed-out wheelie bin symbol indicating that batteries should not be disposed of in the regular household waste stream, but need to be collected separately. In case batteries contain more than 0,0005% mercury (Hg), 0,002% cadmium (Cd) or 0,004% lead (Pb) (by weight), the corresponding chemical symbol is displayed on the battery. By disposing of batteries correctly, you will help to avoid potentially harmful consequences for the environment and human health which could be caused by inappropriate waste management. For more detailed information on recycling of batteries, please contact your town hall, your household waste disposal service or the store where you purchased the battery.

Disposal of packaging waste

Packaging must not be treated as household waste when disposing of them but must be returned via a separate collection system. By disposing of packaging correctly, you will help to avoid potentially harmful consequences for the environment and human health which could be caused by inappropriate waste management. Depending on your location, it is also possible to dispose of non-packaging paper, such as user manuals, via dedicated collection systems. Recycling these materials will save natural resources.

Our packaging may be subject to a sorting instruction via Packaging Recycling Guidance.

Product Recycling Guidance

UK

Information for users in the United Kingdom
WEE/MM3504AA/PRO
Free collection points for WEEE and portable batteries: https://www.recyclenow.com/recycle-an-item

At PDP we make sure to use as little packaging as possible and to make it as recyclable as possible.

Recycling packaging is easy when it's made from separate types of materials, so you can easily dispose of the different materials in the appropriate recycling bins.

For this reason, we have marked our packaging materials with the appropriate symbols for each type of material. The overview below shows you how these different types of materials can be recycled.

PACKAGING TYPE / PART
PACKAGING PART DESCRIPTION
MATERIAL CODE
HOW TO RECYCLE
Gift Box
Composite / Paper
Please check with your local authority for exact local recycling instructions
Inner Blister
PET
Please check with your local authority for exact local recycling instructions
Outside Blister
Composite / PET
Please check with your local authority for exact local recycling instructions
Printed Insert Cardboard
Paper / Card
Please check with your local authority for exact local recycling instructions
Outside Bellyband
Composite / Paper
Please check with your local authority for exact local recycling instructions
Poly Bag
LDPE
Please check with your local authority for exact local recycling instructions
Carton
PAP
Please check with your local authority for exact local recycling instructions
Insert Paper
PAP
Please check with your local authority for exact local recycling instructions
PACKAGING TYPE / PART
PACKAGING PART DESCRIPTION
Gift Box
MATERIAL CODE
Composite / Paper
HOW TO RECYCLE
Please check with your local authority for exact local recycling instructions
PACKAGING TYPE / PART
PACKAGING PART DESCRIPTION
Inner Blister
MATERIAL CODE
PET
HOW TO RECYCLE
Please check with your local authority for exact local recycling instructions
PACKAGING TYPE / PART
PACKAGING PART DESCRIPTION
Outside Blister
MATERIAL CODE
Composite / PET
HOW TO RECYCLE
Please check with your local authority for exact local recycling instructions
PACKAGING TYPE / PART
PACKAGING PART DESCRIPTION
Printed Insert Cardboard
MATERIAL CODE
Paper / Card
HOW TO RECYCLE
Please check with your local authority for exact local recycling instructions
PACKAGING TYPE / PART
PACKAGING PART DESCRIPTION
Outside Bellyband
MATERIAL CODE
Composite / Paper
HOW TO RECYCLE
Please check with your local authority for exact local recycling instructions
PACKAGING TYPE / PART
PACKAGING PART DESCRIPTION
Poly Bag
MATERIAL CODE
LDPE
HOW TO RECYCLE
Please check with your local authority for exact local recycling instructions
PACKAGING TYPE / PART
PACKAGING PART DESCRIPTION
Carton
MATERIAL CODE
PAP
HOW TO RECYCLE
Please check with your local authority for exact local recycling instructions
PACKAGING TYPE / PART
PACKAGING PART DESCRIPTION
Insert Paper
MATERIAL CODE
PAP
HOW TO RECYCLE
Please check with your local authority for exact local recycling instructions