Storage; Disposal; Disposal Of The Appliance/Mains Adapter; Disposal Of The Batteries - Silvercrest SKS 4 A1 Operating Instructions And Safety Instructions

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Storage

If you do not intend to use the appliance for an extended period of time, dis-
connect it from the power supply, remove the batteries and store it in a clean,
dry place without exposure to direct sunlight.

Disposal

Disposal of the appliance/mains adapter

Never dispose of the appliance or the mains adapter in your
normal domestic waste. These products are subject to the
provisions of European Directive 2012/19/EU.
Dispose of the appliance and the mains adapter via an approved disposal
company or your municipal waste facility. Please comply with all applicable
regulations. Please contact your waste disposal facility if you are in any doubt.
Your local community or municipal authorities can provide information on how to
dispose of the worn-out product.

Disposal of the batteries

Used batteries must not be disposed of in household waste. Consumers are
legally obliged to dispose of batteries at a collection point in their community/
city district or at a retail store.
The purpose of this obligation is to ensure that batteries are disposed of in an
environmentally friendly manner. They may contain poisonous heavy metals and
must be disposed of in accordance with the rules for the treatment of hazardous
waste. The chemical symbols for heavy metals are as follows: Cd = cadmium,
Hg = mercury, Pb = lead. Only dispose of batteries that are fully discharged.

Disposal of the packaging

The packaging materials have been selected for their environmental friendliness
and ease of disposal and are therefore recyclable.
Dispose of packaging materials that are no longer needed in accordance with
applicable local regulations.
Dispose of the packaging in an environmentally friendly manner.
Note the labelling on the packaging and separate the packaging material
components for disposal if necessary. The packaging material is labelled with
abbreviations (a) and numbers (b) with the following meanings:
1–7: plastics,
20–22: paper and cardboard,
80–98 composites.
SKS 4 A1
GB │ IE │ NI
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