All Daniamant product disposal instructions are available within the user instruction leaflet provided with the product, or alternatively, available for download on this website. Daniamant’s Survivor Location Lights contain batteries as well as electrical and electronic components, and must therefore be segregated from the domestic waste stream and recycled.Disposing of this product correctly will help save valuable resources and prevent any potential negative effects on human health and the environment, which could otherwise arise from inappropriate waste handling. Daniamant’s LED lights are marked with the symbol below which conveys that this waste must be treated separately from household waste.
To ensure compliance with the WEEE and Battery Regulations, the Survivor Location Lights placed on the market in the UK or Denmark can be returned to Daniamant in the UK or Denmark, or deposited in your nearest WEEE Designated Collection Facility, operated by your Local Authority. Please note that this only applies to products with the WEEE symbol on them, older products using filament lamps are outside of the scope of the WEEE Directive and not covered by Daniamant’s compliance scheme.
For all Daniamant WEEE labelled products we have a route for disposal in place through our existing WEEE Compliance Scheme.
- Daniamant UK Producer Registration Number: WEE/KD1414VU
- Daniamant DK is registered in the national producer responsibility register – DPA system: https://www.dpa-system.dk/en/DPA
Daniamant will accept WEEE labelled products back in the UK or Denmark, it is your responsibility (and cost) to arrange delivery to our site and/or one of the Approved Authorised Treatment Facilities, it is our responsibility to finance the treatment and recovery of these products when they become waste.
Because differences exist between how each EU country has adopted the EU’s Battery and WEEE Directives, the following steps should be taken to ensure that recovered waste is handled correctly:
1.) Contact the national environment authority (Ministry of Environment or equivalent) to obtain a list of certified recycling companies.
2.) Negotiate a contract for providing the collection and proper handling and disposal of recovered lights with the most appropriate recycling business (i.e. one that processes this kind of industrial waste).
3.) Establish procedures for receiving waste from clients and having them collected by the recycling company. For business users outside of the European Union: Legislation like the EU’s WEEE and Battery laws have been adopted in many countries and must be abided by accordingly.