Disposal in the supermarket: How to get rid of old electronic devices from July 1st

In the future, Edeka, Rewe and Co. will also accept old electrical goods. But there are a few things to consider. The trade association sees the supermarkets armed.


Johanna Apel


If you want to hand in your old mobile phone or broken toaster, you can do so in the supermarket in future. Grocery stores and discounters with a sales size of 800 square meters or more are obliged to accept old electrical appliances from July 1st. The condition: you have to sell electrical goods permanently or at least several times a year. Since Aldi, Rewe, Edeka and Co. sometimes offer products such as kettles or vacuum cleaners, this applies to many large supermarket chains. The size of the device plays an important role in this. The edge length of 25 centimeters is decisive…

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