Steel Cased battery recycling can be confusing. That’s why we’re here to make Steel Cased battery recycling (and all kinds of battery recycling) easy and painless for you.
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.
Depending on whether you have a lead-acid or lithium-ion battery, the laws and regulations will differ.
We have created a packaging guide specifically for steel cased batteries. Please find that guide here.
If you do not know which type of battery you have, please call us and an associate will help you determine which you have as soon as they are available.
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.
There is a federal law referred to as The “Battery Act” that was designed to diminish the negative effects of battery disposal and ensure the safety of the people recycling them. Officially titled “The Mercury-Containing and Rechargeable Battery Management Act of 1996”, this law resulted in specialized recycling techniques that our company has the qualifications and experience to comply with.
It’s crucial that before you begin your battery recycling process you are 100% sure of your local laws and regulations regarding the subject. For more information on your state’s laws, go to the official Battery Council website and make sure that you do everything on your end safely and legally.
You can rest easy knowing that you’ll be working with a team of trusted, experienced professionals to help you stay safe and abide by The Battery Act. Here at Battery Recyclers of America, we teach you everything you need to know, and are willing and able to answer whatever questions you have.
Every kind of battery is different, but one thing they have in common is the wide array of safety issues. The most common of these being large amounts of acid electrolyte, toxic heavy metals, and cadmium, a carcinogen known to cause cancer in living tissue. If you try to recycle batteries improperly, these things could cause you severe bodily harm.
Spilling, for example, results in extreme corrosive damage to every object around it. If a human comes in contact with the spilled battery, or even anything that the spill affected, they can suffer severe injury and should seek medical help immediately. Not to worry, though — Battery Recyclers of America is here to help, with eco-friendly recycling programs approved regarding all necessary regulations. We can even provide a certificate after the process has been completed to serve as proof that your Steel Cased batteries are being recycled in the best possible way allowed by the EPA regulations in your area.
Not only do most of our clients recycle with us for free, but we offer the majority of them cash in exchange, depending on the type of battery they recycle with us. As of right now, Battery Recyclers of America has helped 1,705 individuals and businesses in 1,381 cities recycle over 46 million pounds of batteries, and we have no intention of stopping there! If you’re still unsure about our offer, please click here for more details. We assure you that our services won’t disappoint.
So hurry up and take advantage of our next-day pickup and get your useless Steel Cased battery out of your way in no time, so that you can get back to work and spend your time productively.
If you would like more information, contact us now. Or call us at 866 569 4131. We look forward to hearing from you.
Steel Cased batteries last between one to three years. After a while, the Steel Cased in the casing of the battery gets completely removed by the acidic electrolyte in the battery and the battery becomes unusable.
Battery Recyclers of America is ready to solve your battery recycling issues efficiently. We offer one of the best recycling services in the country. You could get started as soon as tomorrow— all you need to do is to contact us.