What to do with equipment that has reached the end of its life? In the EU, electrical products are the fastest growing type of waste, and although many electrical products could be recycled, this rarely happens. There are two ways INSEVIS customers can fulfil their environmental responsibilities.

Our registered appliance types are always mechanically and electrically connected to an electrical cabinet with other electrical assemblies, as they do not constitute a functional unit on their own. This means that our device types must first be professionally separated from the other parts before any disposal.

Do not despose of old devices into household waste!

Option 1: Return to INSEVIS for forwarding to certified primary treatment companies
Please send your goods free of charge and duty paid (value 0.00 EUR) to the address of our head office. We will then forward your INSEVIS waste equipment in collective shipments to primary treatment companies certified by the ear foundation for professional processing.

Option 2: Professional disposal of the INSEVIS waste equipment by the customer. The country-specific laws are obligatory for this. Note for EU countries only: Dispose of the device in accordance with the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive 2012/19/EU. 
In the interest of environmental protection, waste must be collected separately from unsorted municipal waste. Used batteries and accumulators that are not enclosed in the WEEE, as well as lamps that can be removed non-destructively from the WEEE, must be separated non-destructively from the WEEE before being handed over to an officially certified collection point.

Attention: The final holder is responsible for deleting personal data on the old devices to be disposed of.