Of course it is not simply possible to just introduce some noise and/or batteries on the "market”. That is why we have had a fruitful collaboration with below mentioned parties for a number of years and all certificates required for this are, as such, available upon request.


For more than 20 years, Bebat has given new life to used batteries by collecting them, sorting them and recycling them. The metal and valuable materials are taken out and used again as raw material. Of course, all other substances are also neatly processed. Bebat is an environmental organisation with world class collection results and they strive – in cooperation with us – to recycle increasingly more and increasingly better. MusicalGreetingCards has been collaborating with this organisation for many years.


Everyone who plays, performs or records music is a user of music. As such, this also goes for our musical greeting cards. Would you like to put someone’s composition on the musical greeting card? Then you may require permission from the composers of this music and need to pay a levy.

In that case it is not quite easy to ask for permission from the different individual composers and publishers of music and to arrange a payment. It would in that case be convenient to settle things via one single body. This can be done via Buma/Stemra. They exploit the rights of over 25,000 Dutch music composers and -publishers. Also when you make use of music from abroad, you can arrange the fees through us. The height of the fee depends on, for instance, the way in which the music is being used and the situation in which the music is being used.

We will be happy to assist you in taking care of this.


Stibat has been facilitating all players involved during the life cycle of several types of batteries. They aim for a maximum reuse of products and resources and ensure a safe and responsible processing of batteries. When producing a musical greeting card for you, we will take care of the so-called Stibat levy.

WEEE Nederland

Dutch law obliges producers and importers of electrical and electronical equipment to ensure the collection and recycling of the appliances that they market. This requires registration with the authorities. Processors (as well as exporters) that process Dutch electrical/electronical waste (WEEE or e-waste) are therefore legally obliged to report to the National (W)EEE Register.

Not suitable for children under 3 years

The 0-3 symbol means the product contains small parts or other characteristics that makes it unsuitable for children under 3 years

The ‘Green Dot’ symbol

The 'Green Dot' is the financing symbol for the organisation of recovery, sorting and recycling of sales packaging. When you see the Green Dot on packaging it means that for such packaging, a financial contribution has been paid to a qualified national packaging recovery organization

WEEE Symbol

A wheelie-bin and a cross over it is a symbol that is found on most packaging that contains electronic products. It means that these should not be disposed in general garbage.


The letters "CE" are the abbreviation of French phrase "Conformité Européene". CE marking is a certification mark that indicates conformity with health, safety, and environmental protection standards for products sold within the European Economic Area (EEA). The CE marking is also found on products sold outside the EEA that have been manufactured to EEA standards. This makes the CE marking recognizable worldwide even to people who are not familiar with the European Economic Area.

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