Not even the smallest electrical appliances and electronic devices should be thrown in the household rubbish – they’re far too valuable! “Small devices” include any appliance or device with an edge length of less than 50 cm. When properly collected and professionally processed, they are a source of many important raw materials.Weiterlesenmore information
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They’re back! The Watt family has released a new explanatory video. This episode is titled “Look at me” and is all about the correct handling and disposal of lithium batteries. Just like the first episode, the short video can be watched with subtitles in English, Turkish, Croatian and Serbian.
Since last year, the Watt family has been a big help in raising awareness among both young and old. These animated videos explain in a simple, visual way why old electronics and batteries should never be disposed of in regular household waste. They should always be brought to a collection point or placed in the collection box at a retail location. The Watt family stars in these videos as sympathetic role models.
Take a look for yourself. You can find the new explanatory video from the Watt family HERE.