Feb 27, 2020

Recycle Batteries

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#*If 2 battery ends touch, the tape will help prevent sparking and lower fire risk.<ref>https://ift.tt/2O4GpyZ>
 
#*If 2 battery ends touch, the tape will help prevent sparking and lower fire risk.<ref>https://ift.tt/2O4GpyZ>
 
#*Do not use opaque tape on the battery ends.  
 
#*Do not use opaque tape on the battery ends.  
#*Do not bag or tape any single-use alkaline batteries.
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#*Do not bag or tape any single-use [[Dispose of Alkaline Batteries|alkaline batteries]].
 
#Set up a battery mail-in program in your office. Join a mail-in program and place a bucket or bin in the office mail-room. Have all of the employees tape and collect their dry-cell batteries in the bin, then mail them off once the container is full.<ref>https://ift.tt/2wPgll7> If your office hasn’t signed up for a mail-in program, you can find some options at https://www.batterysolutions.com/store/.[[Image:Recycle Batteries Step 10.jpg|center]]
 
#Set up a battery mail-in program in your office. Join a mail-in program and place a bucket or bin in the office mail-room. Have all of the employees tape and collect their dry-cell batteries in the bin, then mail them off once the container is full.<ref>https://ift.tt/2wPgll7> If your office hasn’t signed up for a mail-in program, you can find some options at https://www.batterysolutions.com/store/.[[Image:Recycle Batteries Step 10.jpg|center]]
 
#*The fee for a mail-in program is usually a flat rate of around $60 per load, which lets you send in a large amount of batteries. Prices may vary depending on the type of battery you’re sending in.
 
#*The fee for a mail-in program is usually a flat rate of around $60 per load, which lets you send in a large amount of batteries. Prices may vary depending on the type of battery you’re sending in.


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