Battery Recycling for Businesses

Rechargeable batteries commonly found in office equipment contain hazardous chemicals, such as nickel-cadmium, sealed lead and lithium ion. It is best practice to collect these items separately from other waste items and recyclables. Many states mandate their collection, along with certain other types of electronic waste (“e-waste”). We help businesses of all sizes process their battery and electronic waste in the most environmentally friendly and cost-effective way!

It’s Easy

It’s Easy!: We provide everything you need to recycle right away

Corporate Responsibility

Corporate Responsibility: Help keep toxic chemicals out of landfill


Compliance: We make sure your business is up to date with all current regulations

We can help recycle all kinds of batteries:

Lithium ion
Button cell
Small-sealed lead
Lead-Acid Automobile Batteries
Gel cells and Sealed Lead-Acid

Battery Recycling Tips and Information

Why Recycle?

Why Recycle?

Recycling batteries conserves valuable materials, such as plastic and metal. While batteries are essential in powering our every day lives, they contain toxic metals. Therefore, properly disposing – and recycling – these hazardous devices is critical for preserving community and environmental well-being. Lead-acid batteries are the most recycled type of battery, with a 97% reuse rate.

Know Your Power

Know Your Power

There are many different types of battery, but the main type used in common workplace devices are dry cell batteries. They come in many different shapes, sizes, and blends of heavy metals. These alkaline, button cell, zinc carbon and rechargeable batteries are found in devices like: flashlights, smoke detectors, laptops and other electronics, power tools, watches, medical devices and more.

Avoid Overcharging

Avoid Overcharging

Rechargeable batteries last an average of 2-5 years, or 1000 charges. Unplug your devices once battery level has reached full charge – this will help prolong the battery life! Some manufacturers even recommend intermittently running batteries to 0% and allowing them to refill from there.

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