News on ElektroG3

News on ElektroG3: From 01.01.2023, innovations to the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act, or #ElektroG for short, will be implemented and legally binding.

  • Electronic marketplace operators and fulfillment service providers are required to verify manufacturer registrations.
  • Manufacturers, distributors, as well as online retailers of electrical and electronic equipment are now required to communicate the registration number to the necessary stakeholders in a timely manner prior to sale.
  • All electrical equipment must be marked with the correct label, if this is not done by 01.01.2023, this may result in penalties and fines.

Further amendment also apply to so-called authorised representative(s) according to §3(10) ElektroG.

Helpful information can be found in the link below:

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