Scrap batteries recycling

We buy scrap Lithium Ion and Nickel metal (Ni-MH) batteries in all sizes for recycling purposes. In large quantities only (Over 300 lbs)

We do not take car batteries due to the low value of car batteries.

Scrap Laptop computers, MP3 players, toys, cell phones—these are just some of the products that require different types of batteries in our daily lives. Over 3 billion dry cell batteries are sold each year in the U.S. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, more than 350 million rechargeable batteries alone are purchased in the U.S. each year.

Batteries are a unique product, some of which are comprised of toxic components. Rechargeable batteries include heavy metals like cadmium. Some of the different types of batteries available include alkaline, lithium manganese, zinc, silver oxide, nickel cadmium, nickel metal hydride, lithium-ion and lead acid, which can threaten our environment if not properly discarded or handled.

There are many ways to recycle single use and rechargeable batteries, most of which depends on the type of battery you have. You can also reduce waste with prevention. Starting with prevention creates less or no leftover waste to become potentially hazardous. There are a few easy ways to reduce household battery waste.

Buy only what you need - check to see if you already have the batteries on hand before buying more.
When suited to the task buy hand operated items that function without batteries.
Look for the batteries that have less mercury and heavy metals.
Consider rechargeable batteries for some needs, but remember that they also contain heavy metals such as nickel-cadmium.
Rechargeable batteries can be recycled and there are many locations available at Earth911

Battery recycling and reuse can have a positive impact towards our reduction of battery waste and pollution.

We buy any end of life and outdated x-ray film for silver recovery from x-rays

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