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Batteries Directive - Prohibitions & Labelling

EU. Prohibited Substances (Article 4) & Labelling Requirements (Article 21(3)), Directive 2006/66/EC on Batteries and Accumulators, 26 September 2006, as amended by Directive 2018/849/EU, 14 June 2018

This list contains use prohibitions of mercury and cadmium above certain thresholds in batteries and accumulators, with certain exceptions. It also captures certain labelling requirements on such products containing mercury, cadmium and lead above specified quantities.

Last updated 26 februari 2021. Database contains 4 unique substances/entries.
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Portable batteries or accumulators, including those incorporated into appliances
0.002 % by weight
2 Under Article 4 paragraph 3: The prohibition shall not apply to portable batteries and accumulators intended for use in: (a) emergency and alarm systems, including emergency lighting; (b) medical equipment; or (c) cordless power tools; this exemption in respect of cordless power tools shall apply until 31 December 2016.
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All batteries, accumulators and button cells
4 For further labeling requirements see Article 21 Directive 2006/66/EC
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All batteries, accumulators and button cells
4 For further labeling requirements see Article 21 Directive 2006/66/EC
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All batteries, accumulators and button cells, whether or not incorporated into appliances
0.0005 % by weight
1 Under Article 4 paragraph 2: The prohibition shall not apply to button cells with a mercury content of no more than 2 % by weight until 1 October 2015.
3 Under Art 4 par. 4: As regards button cells for hearing aids (BCFHA), the Commission shall maintain under review the exemption referred to in par. 2 and report to the European Parliament and the Council on the availability of BCFHA which are in compliance with par. 1(a) before 1 Oct 2014. Where lack of availability of BCFHA in compliance with par. 1(a), the Commission shall accompany its report by a proposal with a view to extending the exemption in par. 2 with regard to BCFHA.
4 For further labeling requirements see Article 21 Directive 2006/66/EC
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