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Battery Recycling Just Got Easier

The iRecycle Kit from Battery Solutions makes it easy for everyone—from households to corporations—to environmentally and economically recycle spent dry-cell batteries.

Each iRecycle Kit includes everything you need to recycle your batteries and handheld electronics. You simply collect all dry-cell battery types and hand-held electronics together—without separating—and mail them to us. We do the sorting, logistics, shipping, receiving, and recycling.

This is our no-hassle solution to help you ensure batteries and electronics are recycled properly. And easily.

How to Get Started

It’s easy! To get your iRecycling Kit - Purchase Now

 

iRecycle Kit Features

  • Fully-Inclusive Recycling Product
  • Pre-Paid Shipping Included
  • UN-Approved Collection Containers
  • Two Attractive Boxes And Two Pails From Which To Choose

How It Works

  1. Purchase the size of recycling kit that’s right for you.
  2. Receive your recycling kit in the mail.
  3. Fill the kit with all types of dry-cell batteries and handheld electronics.
  4. Once your kit is filled, ship it pre-paid to our recycling center. It’s as easy as that.

Benefits Of Recycling

  • It’s the safest way to recycle batteries
  • It helps you remain in compliance with any applicable environmental laws
  • All hazardous materials are recycled properly
  • The plastic and metal materials reclaimed are reused
  • It saves landfill costs
  • It saves natural resources
  • It’s the right thing to do

Materials We Accept

  • Household batteries, both rechargeable and non-rechargeable, such as
    • D-cell, C-cell, AA, AAA, 9-volt, and button cells
  • Rechargeable battery packs from:
    • Cell phones, cameras, laptop computers, power tools, etc.
  • Handheld electronics:
    • Cell phones, iPods, PDAs, pagers, and so on
  • Any other dry-cell batteries

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