Safety is our first priority at Thats'WhatI-Want and all of our products are tested to the relevant safety standards. Please ensure that you check the labelling on the packaging; which indicates the age group for which the product is suitable. Please take note of any other warnings or recommendations and keep toys intended for older children well away from younger children.
Toys make an essential contribution to child development. To ensure the best experience for our children, keep in mind the following Toy Safety Tips:
Before you buy your toy…
|1.||Read all warnings and instructions|
|2.||Look for the CE mark, confirmation that the toy complies with all EU safety rules, which are amongst the strictest in the world|
|3.||Choose toys suitable for the child's age, abilities and skill level|
|4.||Follow the age recommendation|
|5.||Do not buy toys with small detachable parts for children under 3 years of age|
After buying your toy from us…
|1.||Follow carefully the instructions for proper toy assembly and use|
|2.||Keep an eye on children as they play|
|3.||Check toys from time to time for breakage or wear and remove broken toys immediately|
|4.||Remove all packaging|
e-Waste Association of South Africa (eWASA)
Recycling your old electricals is easy!
Recycle your electrical and electronic devices free at your local recycling centre. To find your nearest centre, visit the eWASA website, click the 'Recycling' tab and search for the nearest collection site in your Province.
What is eWASA?
The e-Waste Association of South Africa (eWASA) was established in 2008 to manage the establishment of a sustainable environmentally sound e-waste management system for the country.
Since then the non-profit organisation has been working with manufactures, vendors and distributors of electronic and electrical goods and e-waste handlers (including re-furbishers, dismantlers and recyclers) to manage e-waste effectively. (read more...)