Battery Recycling

Batteries Plus strives to practice environmental stewardship and is committed to recycling spent batteries as a means to reduce waste in our landfills, stop harmful chemicals from contaminating our soil and water and preserving our environment by decreasing the need for new raw materials from the Earth.  Not only do they recycle to protect our environment,  they support retail and business customers alike by keeping them in full compliance with federal, state, municipal, EPA and DOT regulations governing the disposal and recycling of spent batteries and select electronics.

Batteries Plus recycles these types of spent batteries; lead acid (Pb) batteries used in cars, trucks and emergency lighting, Nickel Cadmium (NiCd) batteries used in cordless phones, cordless tools and two way radios, Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) batteries used in camcorders, bar code scanners and digital cameras, Lithium Ion (Li Ion) or Lithium Polymer (Li Poly) used in cell phones and laptops.

Additional recycling services for businesses and other chemistries are available upon request.  For more details and  information visit Batteries Plus at  http://www.batteriesplus.com and http://www.batteriesplus.com/t-batteries-plus-recycles.aspx

Click here to learn how lead acid batteries are recycled and re-used.