Do you have electric vehicle batteries that need recycling? Battery Recyclers of America provides next-day pickup of electric vehicle batteries in all 50 states.
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.
Battery Recyclers of America has the certified processes and custom solutions you need for your spent electric vehicle batteries. We utilize EPA-approved facilities to ensure a safe and effective battery recycling process, and service all 50 states.
Another advantage we offer to all of our battery recycling clients is our next day pick-up services. When you contact us, we can arrange to have your spent batteries picked up the next day with our industry-leading pickup and transportation solutions which can be customized to fit your company’s unique needs. Our goal is to quickly remove and recycle your electric vehicle batteries so you can focus on more important things.
With over 10 years of experience and millions of pounds of batteries recycled, you can rest assured that you’re working with a team of proven experts.
Don’t stress yourself about recycling your batteries, we can reach you anywhere you are and always comply with all laws and regulations.
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.
The “Battery Act” (The Mercury-Containing and Rechargeable Battery Management Act of 1996) is a federal law that was created to enhance the process of recycling battery waste. Recycling your spent electric vehicle batteries is a part of this law, so it is important to understand the rules surrounding the process.
Before you begin searching for professional battery recycling services, be sure to check out what your state’s laws are regarding battery recycling. BatteryCoucil.org has a breakdown of battery recycling laws by state.
Battery Recyclers of America provides expert battery recycling solutions that are certified and proven to follow both the federal law and your state’s laws. If you have spent batteries that you need to recycle, contact us today to utilize our next day pickup services, and join in on the positive contribution to make sure the materials in your batteries can be of further use.
An important step when recycling your batteries is identifying them. Misidentification of batteries during recycling can lead to dangerous shipping and recycling incidents.
Electric vehicle (EV) batteries, also known as electric vehicle batteries, are rechargeable batteries that serve the purpose of providing power to electric vehicles. They are commonly used in equipment such as electric vehicles, forklifts, electric golf carts, electric motorcycles, trucks, and other electric vehicles.
Unlike SLI batteries, electric vehicle batteries are meant to provide consistent amounts of power over longer periods of time. These batteries are able to do this due to their high power-to-weight ratio and energy-to-weight ratio. There are many different rechargeable batteries used in electric vehicles, including lead-acid batteries, NiNhCad batteries, and lithium-ion batteries.
If you’re still unsure whether or not you have an electric vehicle battery, feel free to send us the model number or manufacturer and we’ll be more than happy to assist you.
All batteries start off by releasing electrons from one end of the battery, the anode, to the other end, which is called the cathode. For regular batteries, this process can only happen once, and then the battery is no longer useful.
Electric vehicle batteries solve this issue and improve lifespan by reversing the process. The ions will move back from the cathode to the anode, thereby returning the battery’s charge to its normal state. But as time goes on, these rechargeable batteries will begin to lose some of their charge due to age and damage. Electric vehicle batteries typically last for about 10 years.
When the time comes where your electric vehicle battery is no longer useful, contact the Battery Recyclers of America to ensure that the materials in the battery can be of further use. By doing so, you are cutting the costs for building new batteries, and contributing to a healthier environment.