Battery Disposal

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Alkaline and carbon-zinc batteries (non-rechargeable batteries used in toys, radios, flashlights, and other household products) can still safely be placed in the trash.

Mercuric-oxide batteries (non-rechargeable batteries used in hearing aids) can be turned in to the manufacturer or retailer, or drop it off at Resource Recovery at no charge.

Nickel-cadmium (NiCad) batteries (rechargeable batteries used in kitchen appliances, rechargeable power tools and other household products) can be turned in to the manufacturer or retailer, or drop it off at Resource Recovery at no charge.

Small lead-acid batteries (rechargeable batteries used in camcorders, laptop computers, cell phones, and other household products) can be turned in to the manufacturer or retailer, or drop it off at Resource Recovery at no charge.

Lead-acid batteries (from your car, boat, motorcycle, etc.) can be dropped off at Resource Recovery at no charge.

Any other batteries -- drop off at Resource Recovery at no charge.

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