The most commonly recycled batteries are those used to power cordless tools, mobile and cordless phones, laptop computers, digital cameras, camcorders, gaming devices, toys, flashlights, other portable electronics and hearing aids. Any small household batteries can be recycled at no charge. Also, all consumer and industrial lead-acid batteries that are typically found in vehicles, boats, and products that are remotely motorized can be recycled at five of our six locations.
All terminals on Lithium batteries should be taped to protect them from potential fire hazards.
See below for a detailed list on the types of batteries that we can accept.
Recycle your products at: