Take it to an authorized recycling collection point run by your local authority.
WEEE (Waste Electrical and
Remember, by recycling your home appliances and their components, you are playing an important role in preserving our environment and conserving valuable resources. Thank you for your commitment to sustainability!
This symbol means that this product should not be disposed with normal household waste (2012/19EU). Please follow your country's rules for the separate collection of electrical and electronic products.
To recycle these appliances, please follow these general guidelines:
Take part in national recycling campaigns.
For more information please contact the local Lux distributor
If your device containing batteries.
Remove batteries from appliances before recycling them.
Dispose of batteries at designated battery recycling drop-off points in your community.
Check with your local authorities or recycling centers for information on battery recycling programs and drop-off locations near you.
Contacting the Local Distributor: For more detailed and country-specific information on recycling home appliances, we recommend reaching out to your local distributor or manufacturer. They can provide you with specific guidelines and resources tailored to your area.
Cartons, cardbox, cardbord inserts
The carton lining is made from plastic and aluminium and needs to be removed from the paper before it can be recycled.
Our package materials mainly made from carton, also the cardboard inserts, are widely recyclable as part of household recycling programmes.
Paper or card bin on public collection containers.
Please flatten the insert before putting it in your recycling bin.
There are few plastic materials within our packages.
Whenever possible, we aim to avoid plastic altogether.
EPE (expanded Polyethylene)
Expanded polyethylene foam is commonly used as packaging material to protect fragile items during transportation. It is recyclable in some regions, but the recycling options may vary depending on local recycling facilities. It is recommended to check with your local waste management authority or recycling centers for specific guidelines.
LDPE (Low-Density Polyethylene)
LDPE is a flexible and lightweight plastic commonly used for packaging films, bags, and other applications. In Europe, LDPE is generally accepted for recycling. You can dispose of LDPE packaging through recycling programs provided by your local municipality or by using dedicated recycling bins designated for plastic packaging.
PS (Polystyrene or Hungarocell)
In Europe, PS is generally recyclable, but it may not be accepted for recycling in all areas. You should check with your local recycling facilities or waste management authority to determine the specific recycling options for PS packaging in your region.