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Switzerland Status of New Battery Legislation

Published March 10, 2009

Batteries

Switzerland intends to implement many provisions of Directive 2006/66/EC on batteries and accumulators through an Ordinance on the reduction of risks linked to chemical products. There is a draft of the Ordinance available, but it has not yet been officially published in the Federal Gazette.  If adopted, it would enter into force on 1 May 2009.

The Federal Office for the Environment (OFEV) would be entrusted with the task of supervising the program.


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Government Contacts:

Government Office fédéral de l'environnem...
OFEV, 3003 Berne
Phone: +41 (0)31 322 93 11
Fax: +41 (0)31 322 99 81
Email: info@bafu.admin.ch

Industry Contacts:

Industry INOBAT (Interessenorganisation Batterieentsorgung) - Battery collection organization
ATAG Wirtschaftsorganisationen AG
Postfach 1023, 3000 Bern 14
Phone: 031 380 79 61
Fax: 031 380 79 43
Email: inobat@awo.ch
Web: http://www.inobat.ch

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