Non-rechargeable batteries (known as “alkaline”) still don’t have a recycler and are generally disposed of in the trash. For rechargeable batteries, though, manufacturers have funded a joint recycling center. You can find those centers by searching the link below. You can also take the rechargeable batteries to any of the retailers listed on the site. (Scroll down to about mid-page, where it says “Where To Recycle Your Batteries” in bold.)
Check out the following Battery Solutions link to a very comprehensive breakdown of recycling procedures for:
lead acid batteries * alkaline/zinc carbon/zinc air batteries * nickel-cadmium, nickel metal hydride, and lithium ion batteries * Lithium Batteries * Mercury Batteries
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