Commercial Battery Recycling

Recycling Process

Recycling old commercial batteries can be challenging (and sometimes dangerous). That’s why we’re here to make the recycling of your old commercial batteries simple for you! 

Keep reading, we’ll show you how you can get rid of your batteries quickly (usually for free), and possibly even get paid for recycling your old commercial batteries.

Battery Usage

Battery Lifespan
1-3 years



Recycling Made Easy

Here’s what you’ll learn about commercial battery recycling:

Keep reading to find out how you could even potentially get paid to recycle your old batteries, and have them taken out of your hands (and off your mind) as soon as tomorrow.

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How to Package Large Amount of Batteries for Recycling Pickup

There are different types of batteries but the most prevalent ones contain materials like mercury, lithium, nickel, silver, cadmium, and other toxic substances. This is why batteries must be recycled like other universal wastes. 

All types of batteries require a special packaging procedure for recycling, but fear not! Our battery recycling service at Battery Recyclers of America is one of the most reliable services in the industry. We provide top-quality battery recycling services with safety in mind. 

For step-by-step instructions on how to package your batteries, visit our guide to understand how you can pack your old batteries safely. If you’re having a hard time identifying the types of battery you have, feel free to contact us. Our experts are always ready to help you.

Next Day Pickup is Our Standard

Schedule Next Day Pickup Commercial Battery Recycling

There are many battery recycling laws and regulations that can make the recycling process cumbersome. At Battery Recyclers of America, we have the resources and expertise to simplify the whole recycling process for you. The best part of our services is that we comply with all recycling regulations and we can reach you anywhere you are in the country. 

We can solve all your battery recycling issues with our sophisticated facilities that follow all the rules and regulations established by the EPA. We can even collect all your used batteries from you tomorrow, regardless of the number of used batteries with you. 

Contact us today for your large volume battery recycling services. Most of our clients pay nothing to have their batteries recycled, and some of them even make some money in the process.

At Battery Recyclers of America, our battery pickup and recycling services cover all the 50 states in the United States.

Don’t stress yourself about recycling your batteries, we can reach you anywhere you are and always comply with all laws and regulations.

Our world-class facilities are used in compliance with the EPA rules and regulations for battery recycling

We can handle all your battery recycling needs. No matter how many batteries you have, we can take them off your hands as soon as tomorrow.

Laws and Regulations for Recycling Batteries

The federal and state laws regarding battery recycling are aimed at recycling batteries without wreaking havoc on the environment. 

The Mercury-Containing and Rechargeable Battery Management Act of 1996, which is also known as “The Battery Act”, was promulgated to prevent the bad effects of battery chemicals on the environment. This is why all batteries including mercury, lead-acid, nickel, cadmium, and lithium batteries must be recycled for reuse. 

By using the services of Battery Recyclers of America, you’re contributing to the creation of a safe and conservative environment. No matter where you live in the country, you can safely recycle your old batteries by requesting our next-day pickup service. 

Battery recycling laws vary from state to state. For more information, visit the Battery Council’s website, where they keep a detailed explanation of battery recycling laws in your state.

Recycling Large Amount of Batteries Using Sustainable Practices

The major types of batteries such as AA, AAA, C, and D can be disposed of in the trash in most states. The only exception is California. However, it is recommended that you should get a battery recycling company to recycle your batteries safely, especially if you have a large quantity of them.

The pressing issue of the impact of battery wastes on the environment made the Environmental Protection Agency create the Universal Waste Regulation. This law safeguards the environment through proper waste management. Therefore, recycling wastes like old batteries is really important since they contain dangerous chemicals that can damage the environment. 

Battery Recyclers of America is a distinguished battery recycler. We are different from other battery recyclers that are known for contracting out their recycling processes because they can’t comply with the requirements of the EPA, or to avoid some mandatory fees. We don’t outsource our recycling processes, we are proud to be one of the organizations that strive for an eco-friendly environment. 

Our sustainable practices are impressive. We’ve recycled more than 15 million pounds of battery waste over the last decade. Check out our infographic to learn more about our EPA-approved battery recycling practices.

When you request our EPA-compliant battery recycling services, you might get paid for handing over your used and old batteries to us. In addition, you’ll get a certificate that indicates that all EPA regulations are followed during the processing of the materials.

Properly Identifying Your Batteries

Batteries can have different types of components like lithium, sulphuric acid, nickel, mercury, lead dioxide, etc. Even though all batteries should be recycled, the processes of transporting and recycling each type vary. This is why it’s important to identify your batteries correctly to avoid hazardous packing, transportation, and recycling.

For help identifying the types of battery with you, check out our handy list of battery types.

Batteries Accepted for Commercial Recycling

We can pick up batteries of any amount, chemical composition, size, or shape for recycling at Battery Recyclers of America. The types of the battery that we accept for commercial battery recycling include but are not limited to the following: 

  • Lead Acid
  • Lithium-Ion 
  • Alkaline
  • Magnesium 
  • Primary Lithium
  • Nickel Metal Hydride
  • Nickel Cadmium
  • Silver
  • Mercuric 

When the time to recycle your batteries comes, Battery Recyclers of America will be there to assist you. We provide world-class recycling services in all 50 states of the country. We can even collect all the batteries from you tomorrow—all you have to do is to contact us!

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