Battery Recycling

What it Is

Overview 

Battery Recycling

The Resource Conservation Act (RCRA) guidelines 40 CFR 261 - 268 regulate the disposal of batteries. The Universal Waste Rule (UWR) allows a simple recycling protocol for battery recycling.

Batteries contain chemicals and are regulated as Universal Waste. These chemicals contaminate the environment if they are discarded in ordinary trash and not recycled. Companies are looking for solutions to properly handle this relatively small but regulated waste stream, and Midwest offers exactly that to you, our customers. 

Batteries that are managed as a waste can be managed as a universal waste if destined for recycling. Generators can opt to manage all batteries as universal waste and lead-acid batteries can be managed as a recyclable material.

 

Types

Midwest and its partners recycles the following batteries you may have:

  • Alkaline
  • Carbon Zinc
  • Nickel Cadmium 
  • Nickel Metal Hydride
  • Lead Acid 
  • Mercury
  • Lithium
  • Lithium-Ion
  • Silver Oxide
  • Silver Zinc
  • Magnesium

Midwest is dedicated to you

Find us at:

3224 Kingsley Way Madison, WI 53713

Phone: 

608.275.6766

Email:

dan.schubring@midwestlamprecycling.com