Marking requirements guidelines
It is required by authorities to mark any electronic product that will be sold, or put into service. The markings prove to the respective authorities and also to the buyer or the user that the product fulfills all essential safety and environmental requirements in force.
The following markings shall be present in all of our Display Card products.
- NID Security Logo (to identify manufacturer)
- UL Logo
- CE Logo
- WEEE Wheelie BIN crossed out
- Cuttin scissors + dotted line
- Warning Text 1: "Warning : Contains Lithium battery. Destroy card only by cutting along the dotted line"
- Warning Text 2: "Safe disposal instructions in accordance with local regulations available at www.nidsecurity.com/environment"
Without UL, With CE marking, NON-European territory
In NON-European countries where UL is not mandatory, but CE marking is present, the Crossed scissors marking is required in place of the Cuttin scissors+dotted line
DISPOSAL AND RECYCLING:
NID Security recommends consumers and/or commercial clients end-of-life management solutions for their cards with batteries through voluntary programs and regulatory programs available in their respective countries.
See below for specific battery recycling & disposal rules for your country.
For information about countries not listed, please send an email to email@example.com.
Like many portable electronic devices, the NIDS Display Card contains a lithium battery, which may be harmful if it is cut open and the contents of the battery contact the skin, eyes or mouth. If the contents of the battery contact the skin, wash the affected area thoroughly with soap and water. If the contents of the battery contact the eyes, flush thoroughly with water and seek medical attention immediately. If the contents of the battery are ingested, do not induce vomiting, and seek medical attention immediately.
WEEE information for reuse and treatment centers
Reuse, treatment, and recycling centers in countries with WEEE regulations can obtain reuse and treatment information for NID Security card products put on the market after February 15, 2009 by sending inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
United States of America (USA)
The recycling of batteries is conducted by a joint recycling center funded by battery manufacturers.
Use the RBRC collection site locator, or call the consumer helpline, 1-800-8-BATTERY, to find the retail collection site nearest you.
For more information, click here (link resides outside of nidsecurity.com).
The recycling of batteries is conducted by members of European Battery Recycling Association(EBRA).
Batteries are also disposed of through periodic household hazardous waste collections.
For more information go to http://www.ebra-recycling.org (link resides outside of nidsecurity.com).
Manufacturers and importers of batteries and products that contain batteries are responsible for their collection and recycling.
Collection points consist of both retail outlets where batteries are sold and municipal collection points. Today, more then 800 companies are registered with Bebat to comply with these environmental regulations.
For more information go tohttp://www.bebat.be (link resides outside of nidsecurity.com)
Special collection programs and drop off points are provided by local municipalities and supported by green taxes paid by producers and importers of batteries and products that contain batteries.
Go to www.mst.dk (link resides outside of nidsecurity.com) or contact your local municipality for more information.
Collection centers and retail drop off points are provided by local municipalities.
Please contact your local municipal waste management organization for further details.
Follow this link http://www.kierratys.info to access the collection point finder (link resides outside of this website).
Producers, distributors, retailers and wholesaler of batteries and products containing batteries are responsible by law for their collection and recycling.
The Collection and Recycling of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Company or SCRELEC has a program.
Visit http://www.corepile.fr (link resides outside of this website) for more information and to find the collection point nearest you.
Collection and recycling of batteries is organized by the GRS (Gemeinsamen Rücknahmesystems Batterien) Foundation, a nonprofit organization created by the battery and electronic product industries.
Collection points consist of both retail outlets where batteries are sold and municipal collection points. Manufacturers and importers of batteries and products that contain batteries pay into the GRS system based on the type, weight and amount of batteries put on the market.
For more information go to www.grs-batterien.de/ (link resides outside of this website).
Manufacturers and importers of batteries and products that contain batteries are responsible for their collection and recycling. In the Netherlands, the Stibat (Stichting Batterijen) program carries out the implementation of IBM's battery collection and recycling obligations.
Stibat works in conjunction with municipal collections, together providing numerous drop off sites. In addition to the municipal-run small chemical waste (scw) depots and "chemocar" (scw collection vehicle), batteries may also be dropped off at many retail stores and supermarkets.
For more information go to www.stibat.nl (link resides outside of this website).
Manufacturers and importers of rechargeable and industrial batteries are responsible for their collection and recycling.
This obligation is carried out by Rebatt AS. Collection points include retailer and grocery stores and those set up by municipalities.
For more information go to www.rebatt.no (link resides outside of this website).
To comply to Polands rules and regulations for battery recycling please refer to this link for more information www.erppolska.pl (link resides outside of nidsecurity.com).
Portugal's battery collection and recycling system is government sponsored.
Spent batteries are collected at retail outlets where batteries are sold as well as at municipal collection points.
For more information, please contact your local municipality.
Battery collection and processing is handled by local government agencies.
For more information, please visit http://www.mma.es/normativa/legis/legis6.htm (link resides outside of this website)
Repic is the largest WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive) producer compliance scheme in the UK. They provide compliance solutions to companies all over the UK under the WEEE, Waste Batteries & Accumulators and Packaging Regulations.
Repic members finance the costs of collection, transport, treatment and environmentally sound recycling or disposal of their share of end of life batteries disposed of each year in the UK.
For more information go to www.repic.co.uk (link resides outside of nidsecurity.com).
The recycling of batteries is conducted by Soon Kim Hardware Trading Co. SK Recycling PTE LTD.
No. 4 Defu Lane 11
Tel: 6284 8345 • 6280 9311
Fax: 6284 3803
No.9/11 Defu Lane 8
Tel: 6858 4278
Fax: 6858 5216
For more information go to www.soonkim.com (link resides outside of nidsecurity.com).
Battery recycling is handled through the government created EPA (Environmental Protection Administration) Recycling Management Fund.
More information can be found at: www.epa.gov.tw