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  • Environment & Product Recycling

    Disposal of Product at the End of its Life


    The crossed-out wheeled bin symbol means that this product should not be disposed of in your general household waste. Waste electrical and electronic equipment may contain hazardous substances which, if not treated properly, could lead to damage to the environment and human health. Instead, please contact your local authority for information on suitable collection sites and recycling facilities, or contact your local retailer who, in exchange for your buying an equivalent new product, may take back this product for free for recycling. This way you will be helping to ensure that the equipment is properly treated and its parts recovered, recycled or reused in an environmentally friendly way.

    To find the nearest recycling centre, visit the Recycle More website and type in your postcode.


    Disposal of the Battery at the End of its Life


    The disposal of portable and rechargeable batteries is regulated under EU and national laws. Since batteries contain heavy metals (e.g. lead, mercury and cadmium) that can cause serious environmental and health problems, they should be separately collected and recycled.

    Batteries are labeled with the crossed-out wheeled bin symbol, which means that they must not be discarded as household waste.

    As a consumer, you have a legal duty to separate your used batteries from household waste and take them to a collection point for proper recycling. There are various battery collection points in your locality that will take back used batteries, including retail stores where batteries are sold and municipal waste collection sites. In some countries, collection bins and boxes are also set up in schools and other public buildings.

    The sales price of Nintendo battery-operated products includes the cost of battery collection and recycling.

    To find the nearest recycling centre, visit the Recycle More website and type in your postcode.