Where to recycle BATTERIES
and how to prepare it in Douglas County, Oregon


What are batteries?
Batteries are items that store energy for future use.  Most frequently used in business, autos, RV's, boats, households, and industry.  Batteries include:

Household
  • Alkaline
    • AAA
    • AA
    • C
    • D
    • 9 Volt
    • 12 Volt
  • Button
    • Hearing Aids
    • Watches
    • Electronics
Lead Acid
  • Automobile
  • RV
  • Boat
  • Electronic
  • Medical Equipment
Rechargeable
  • Nickel cadmium (NiCd)
  • (NiMH)
  • Lithium ion (Li-ion)
  • Lithium ion polymer (Li-ion polymer)

How do I recycle batteries?
Some batteries are easy to recycle.   For those that are recyclable, simply keep them dry.

Where do I recycle my batteries?
Batteries are accepted all over the community of Douglas County.  Do not leave this material at thrift stores.  It costs them labor and time to get rid of.

  • RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES
    Rechargeable household batteries can be taken to:

  • LEAD ACID BATTERIES
    All lead acid batteries are accepted free of charge at
    ALL Douglas County Transfer Stations


    Include:

    Auto
    Boat
    RV
    Motorcycle

    Heavy Equipment

 

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