|Discarded batteries and accumulators should be taken to a collection point such as a Partco store. There are also many collection points in grocery stores. In particular, remember to protect the battery terminals with tape to avoid short circuits in the recycling bins.|
Do not throw batteries or accumulators in household waste!
|Discarded fluorescent tubes and energy saving lamps (ESLs) should be taken to a recycling point or to a shop selling them, such as a Partco store. An exception is made for fluorescent tubes over 25cm. They must be taken to an SER and hazardous waste collection point.|
LED bulbs are covered by the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (SER). They can be taken to a shop that sells them, such as a Partco store, or to a SER and hazardous waste collection point.
Incandescent and halogen light bulbs can be put in mixed waste.
|End-of-life electronic products must be taken to the SER electronic waste collection point.|
If the device contains a battery or batteries, remove them if possible and recycle them separately. The user manual of the device may contain more detailed instructions for recycling and disposal.
Do not dispose of electrical equipment with household waste!
You may check your nearest recycling spot in Finland from www.kierratys.info