Batteries can be recycled to preserve valuable natural resources.
Rechargeable batteries used in power tools, cell phones and other devices may contain potentially hazardous metals such as cadmium, nickel and lead.
Button cell batteries used in watches, hearing aids and small consumer electronic devices may contain mercury and silver.
Zinc and manganese are metals common in alkaline batteries such as AAA, AA, C, D, and 9 volts. All of these batteries can be recycled to preserve valuable natural resources.
Use our BatteryTrackersm service to recycle your batteries. To start recycling your batteries or to learn more about product options, visit the BatteryTracker page.