Battery Recyclers of America Recycled Nearly 36M Pounds of Batteries in 2019

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Battery Recyclers of America recycled 35,764,671 pounds of batteries throughout the U.S. in 2019. That’s 80 times the weight of the Statue of Liberty. Instead of ending up in landfills, the materials from these batteries will go on to become new products, including new batteries.  Battery Recyclers of America, which specializes in high-volume disposal, aims to promote recycling and reduce … Read More

How Battery Recycling Can Save Your Business Money

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When you think of ways to save your business money, battery recycling probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. As it turns out, though, recycling your used batteries is a smart, easy way to reduce costs and increase your profit margin. Not only that, but battery recycling is good for the environment —  which means you can save … Read More

5 Common Battery Recycling Myths

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Batteries have become an indispensable part of our lives at home and in the workplace.  Even so, when it comes to what to do with your batteries when they no longer hold a charge, it can be difficult to separate fact from fiction. The experts at Battery Recyclers of America have put together this guide to cut through the confusion … Read More

10 Dos and Don’ts of Battery Recycling

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Today, more businesses are recycling than ever. So you’d assume that we’re all better at figuring out what goes in the bin, right? Well, not exactly. There’s still a lot of confusion around what can and can’t be recycled — especially when it comes to batteries and e-waste.  Which kind of batteries can be recycled, and which can’t? What should … Read More

Where to Recycle Spent Batteries

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The time comes for us all. You go to turn on your laptop or car and the battery is dead. Sometimes it’s more of a gradual thing, and your battery won’t hold a charge or provide enough power. In any case, batteries aren’t designed to last forever and now it’s time for you to get rid of it.  If you’ve … Read More

Battery Recyclers of America Named One Of The Nation’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies On Inc. 5000 List

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Dallas-Based Recycler Ranks #1210 on the 2019 Inc. 5000 List With Three-Year Revenue Growth of 339% Battery Recyclers of America is proud to announce its placement on the prestigious 2019 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States. Since 2009, Battery Recyclers of America has been on a mission to make recycling easy, safely disposing of … Read More

It’s The Law: Battery Recycling Regulations You Should Know

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Look around you: batteries are everywhere! From laptops to cell phones to cars, batteries are hugely useful in our work and daily lives — but they also represent a huge responsibility.  When thrown in the trash, batteries can release harmful materials like mercury, lead, and cadmium into the environment.  If you’re in charge of recycling your company’s batteries, then it’s … Read More

Why Do Scrap Battery Prices Fluctuate?

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Like the price of gas at your local gas station, the price of scrap batteries changes often — sometimes overnight! These ups and downs might leave you scratching your head, but the fact is that price fluctuations are normal and recycling your used batteries is still worth the small effort no matter the current price. While it’s impossible to accurately … Read More

How to Safely Dispose of Damaged Batteries

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Sometimes, no matter how careful you are or how meticulously you store your spent batteries, they still end up getting damaged. It may be because a battery gets dropped when removing it from a forklift, or it could be because it gets bumped while stacked on a pallet in your warehouse. Or, you might have received a defective battery from … Read More