Information according to § 2 para. 1 Ordinance on Service Provider’s Duty to Inform (DL-InfoV)
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Chairman of the supervisory board: Jürgen Mossakowski
Chairman of the board: Dr. Mathias Wagner
Board: Frank Kottmann, Oliver Schorer, Ulrich Bergmann
Registry court: Ulm HRB 551857
Tax office: Weingarten
Sales tax identification number: DE 146349520
Court of jurisdiction: Ravensburg
Applicable law: Law of the Federal Republic of Germany (BRD)
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Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin)
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Note about the return of batteries according to §12 BatterieVO:
CHG-MERIDIAN AG is obliged in accordance with the battery regulation, to inform the user of the following in connection with the sale of batteries or rechargeable batteries, or with the supply of devices which contain batteries or rechargeable batteries:
Batterie must not be disposed of in household waste. The user, as end-user, is legally obliged to return empty batteries. The user can return batteries after use to the point of sale or its immediate vicinity (e.g. in municipal collection points or shops) free of charge. The user also has the choice of returning the batteries by post. The user can approach his installation company for returns.
Batteries or rechargeable batteries which contain pollutants are marked with a symbol of a crossed-out dustbin. The chemical name of the pollutant can be found close to the dustbin symbol.
Explanation: Cd stands for Cadmium, Pb for lead and Hg for mercury.
Note: General Act on Equal Treatment (GAET)
For the sake of easier reading, no gender-specific distinction is made in this document. The terms used apply, in the context of equal treatment, to both genders.
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