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DISPOSAL OF BATTERIES AND ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES

RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES

Rechargeable lithium ion batteries such as 18650, 20700 and 21700 must be disposed of in the collection containers available in specialized shops, generally where devices and energy accumulators are sold, at tobacconists, pharmacies, shopping centers and recycling centers or at collection points at the manufacturer.

Never throw batteries into unsorted waste containers.

DISPOSAL ADVICE

A battery that is no longer used can be disposed of after use, so it is not necessary to throw it away immediately. If you decide to keep the batteries at home for a certain period, we recommend following the following instructions to avoid liquid leaks and/or short circuits.

  • Store batteries in a cool, dry place
  • Apply insulating tape to the poles and around the batteries
  • Wrap the batteries in a battery-bags plastic bag

Attention, if the battery leaks liquid it must absolutely not be touched with bare hands! Always wear disposable protective gloves and remove spilled acids with a damp cloth.

Thoroughly wash all items that have come into contact with the acid spill.

ELECTRONIC CIGARETTE LIQUIDS

Containers of liquids and aromas must be thrown into plastic containers, after careful washing.