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LampMaster’s 2.5 Gal Dry Cell Battery Recycling Kits hold up to 45 Pounds of Alkaline, Lithium-Ion, Nickel, Zinc, or Sealed Lead Acid Batteries.
Each LampMaster Recycling Kit includes everything you need to recycle your lamps, batteries, or electronic waste. We will ship you a container with a prepaid return label. Fill and pack the container and follow the included return instructions. Once received, we will send you a Certificate of Recycling so you know your Universal Waste was handled and recycled responsibly. Continental U.S. use only. Not available in Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
The LampMaster Dry Cell Battery Recycling Kit 2.5gal is a great option for used alkaline, NiCd, and NiMH battery collection. Whether you work in education, healthcare, corporate, industrial or a residential setting, LampMaster has a recycling solution for you. The LampMaster Dry Cell Battery Recycling Kit 2.5gal is the perfect product to promote used battery collection and recycling. In locations with high battery turnover, the addition of a 5 gallon LampMaster battery collection container is a smart choice that creates a positive environmental impact!
With the purchase of the 2.5 gallon LampMaster kit for Dry Cell batteries, you are ensuring that up to 45 lbs of alkaline, Nickel Metal Hydride, and/or Nickel Cadmium batteries will not enter our environment's landfills and instead will be disposed of properly. Depending on the battery, these have the potential to release harmful materials such as caustic potassium hydroxide, nickel, or the toxic heavy metal cadmium. Recycling these batteries will also allow for the reuse of metals such as zinc, manganese, and steel.
All of our recycling kits come with instructions, packing materials, and a prepaid return shipping label, making it simple to return your materials to one of our recycling centers.
The EPA allows collection of Universal Waste for up to one year. So even if you don't have enough to fill your kit right away, you can hold on to it and continue to collect for up to a year after your initial collection date.