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    Tuesday, March 17, 2009

    Battery Disposal

    Julia Miller, one of our board members, has been asked a couple of times about the proper disposal of batteries - if you have been to one of our events she is usually the one walking around with batteries in her hands. She passed along the following note so I figured I would share it with all of you
    Hello LANCUPpers!
    I had a few people ask me about battery disposal on Sunday, and I thought it might be useful to post some info on the blog about where to go to take used batteries. This webpage: http://dpw.lacounty.gov/epd/Recycling/crm.cfm, provides info on how to get the battery information, plus a lot of interesting info on recycling (like what can be recycled in LA, and what can't).
    Julia

    8 comments:

    1. Hi ,

      Thanks for writing such an interesting article. Its really good to know about the batteries in detail. Seriously do we realize how many things in your house that need batteries? Let’s count it, from the flashlight, cell phone, iPod, cameras, and many more. Knowing it should make us realize on how essential the presence of the batteries in our daily life. However, with that so many kinds of battery, which is generally different between one to another, sometimes we have some difficulties in finding the desired type.

      Find the right batteries supplier is not hard if you check out batterystation.co.uk because this website provides the widest selection of batteries and you can choose the right battery based on the categories. You can get the procell batteries which available in several sizes and voltage. You also can find Duracell batteries that divided into duracell plus batteries and duracell ultra batteries. All of the batteries come with cheaper price because this website provides the discount batteries in bulk, wholesale, and retail quantities.

      Thanks,
      - Cresty Abraham

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    2. The site referenced above only tells how to dispose of rechargeable batteries. Adding info on how to responsibly dispose of other batteries would be very helpful.

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