HOW TO RETURN YOUR IMPOSSIBLE BATTERY
FOR EUROPEAN CUSTOMERS ONLY
Help us to take care for the environment and take part in the Impossible Battery Return Program. Please return the black Impossible batteries from your used Impossible film cartridges in order to reduce excessive waste and to recycle their remaining power. Send us a minimum of 10 batteries. For every 10 batteries, you will receive a
coupon code worth 15 € that is redeemable in our online shop!
A SHORT GUIDELINE
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE CAN ONLY REUSE AND ACCEPT BATTERIES THAT ARE NOT TAPED AND DON'T HAVE BENT EDGES AND CORNERS!
THEREFOR PLEASE PACK YOUR BATTERIES CAREFULLY, FOLLOWING THE GUIDELINES BELOW.
Please return BLACK Impossible batteries ONLY (no white Polaroid ones)
Break off the front part of the cassette (1)
Remove the metal spring (2)
Pull out the battery at the bottom of the cassette (3)
Use an empty film package as a protective sleeve to avoid that battery corners and edges get bent. You can put up to 5 batteries into the sleeve. (4)
Put all batteries facing the same direction into the sleeve, so that battery contacts can never touch each other (5)
Do NOT tape the contacts.
Please send a minimum of 10 batteries with your shipment
Please do not return any plastic cassettes or metal springs
Download the Battery return form at
http://shop.the-impossible-project.com/shop/c/battery_form and include it to your shipment.
Send the envelope / parcel to the following address with regular postal service:
Impossible GmbH, Kandlgasse 15/5, 1070 Wien, Austria
(You may be asked to log in and will be taken to your personal form)
The batteries from an empty film cassette may still carry voltage. To avoid any critical contact and thus dangerous reaction during transit of your shipment, please fill your batteries into the envelope as described.
Please note that we currently offer this program to our European customers only. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us at
FOR US CUSTOMERS
Because the lithium in our batteries is a highly reactive element, there is potential danger of the lithium igniting when exposed to high altitudes. Federal restrictions now prohibit the shipment of lithium batteries by air in the USA.
But before you throw them away, please check out your local .gov webpage to find a battery-recycling center in your area.