Kaufland, Aldi and Co .: From July, THIS new rule will suddenly apply in supermarkets
A new service for customers of Kaufland, Aldi and Co. it should come from July – albeit unintentionally on the part of companies,
Because a new law obliges Kaufland, Aldi and Co. a step that many customers will appreciate anyway.
Kaufland, Aldi and Co. will soon have to accept your electric bulkhead
From 1 July supermarkets and discounters such as Kaufland and Aldi will have to accept their customers’ e-waste. Of course, this doesn’t suit the company at all.
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Put simply, the regulation stipulates that grocery stores with a total area of over 800 square meters that also sell household appliances must also accept their customers’ electronic waste, even if it does not consist of their own products.
Kaufland, Aldi and Co .: The concepts for the new regulation are not convincing
No wonder, therefore, that preparations for the implementation of the new regulation are going more good than bad, as Ruhr24 reports. German environmental aid in particular has massively criticized Kaufland, Aldi and Co. for this reason.
According to her, none of the large supermarket chains has been able to come up with a concept that is both environmentally friendly and consumer friendly. However, this is extremely important, especially when it comes to the professional disposal of pollutants in the garbage.
Kaufland, Aldi and company are receiving enormous criticism for poor concepts
Federal Chief Executive of Environmental Aid Barbara Metz says: “Supermarkets, discount stores and drugstores are putting appliances into circulation in large numbers and it is time for them to take responsibility for their disposal as well. However, it is shocking to see that many companies are still unable to come up with consumer-friendly concepts despite a long preparation period of over a year. “
Other reports on Kaufland and other supermarkets:
So there is still a lot of work ahead of the supermarkets until July 1st. (kk)