Why you should act now
Electrical devices, batteries and packaging have one important thing in common:

The legal obligation to register

Regardless of whether manufacturers, importers, wholesalers and retailers, online and mail order companies or distributors, everyone can be affected by this registration obligation.
Failure to comply with statutory registration requirements can result in severe fines and even a ban on sales.
Therefore, you should act quickly here and ensure appropriate legal certainty.

Are you looking for a competent partner who supports you in the analysis and implementation of your legal obligations and quickly and easily implements legal requirements for you?

As an experienced service provider for international WEEE and battery compliance, as well as for packaging licensing, Landbell will be happy to assist you.
In a personal consultation, we determine your requirements and create an individual offer so that you remain on the safe side today and in the future.

Click & Comply supports you in fulfilling your obligations for WEEE & batteries in Germany.
To whom do the regulations apply?

Every foreign and domestic natural or legal person who brings or sells electrical appliances in Germany is obliged:
Manufacturers, importers, wholesalers and retailers, online and mail order companies, distributors.
Attention: The obligation to register also applies to so-called passive electrical devices (e.g. assembled cables such as USB cables, audio cables, charging cables).


Anyone who sells batteries or devices with built-in or enclosed batteries for the first time in Germany for the purpose of sales, consumption or use.
If batteries are not registered by the manufacturer, the obligation for registration will be transferred to the distributor. This also applies to the mail order business.


The German law VerpackG applies to everyone who places packaging filled with goods (including filling material) on the market. Online retailers are also affected. The principle of extended product responsibility applies. Thus, everyone who brings filled packaging into circulation is responsible for taking it back and recycling it.

For more information, go to www.verpackungsgesetz-info.de

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