Batteries

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Battery disposal in Dorset

At Commercial Recycling, we accept a wide variety of hazardous and non-hazardous battery types for disposal. These include:

  • Car battery disposal
  • Domestic / alkaline battery disposal
  • Lithium battery disposal
  • Ni-Cd

You can learn more about disposing of these battery types below.

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      Types of batteries we dispose of at Commercial Recycling

      Car battery disposal

      Those working regularly with vehicles, such as garages, or businesses that have a number of company cars may require car battery disposal. We are able to recycle car batteries. Simply pre-arrange a disposal like you would with any other hazardous waste by contacting us.

      Domestic / alkaline battery disposal

      This includes AA, AAA and also button batteries, like those you would find in watches. These batteries are alkaline, and therefore do not pose significant risk to the environment and can be disposed of with general waste. Alternatively, if you are regularly producing this type of waste, you can still recycle alkaline batteries with us.

      Lithium battery disposal

      Rechargeable lithium batteries are most commonly found in mobile phones, laptops and other portable electronic devices. They are also used to power medical devices and in planes due to their long power life. These batteries are hazardous and must be disposed of at a licensed facility.

      Ni-Cd battery disposal

      Similar to Lithium batteries, Ni-Cd batteries are used in portable electronic devices and are considered as hazardous due to their chemical composition. If you find yourself in regular / bulk possession of waste Ni-Cd or lithium batteries, our hazardous waste boxes are ideal for storing them before disposal.

      How to dispose of batteries with Commercial Recycling

      If you have batteries that require disposal, we are open from 7am – 5:30pm Mon – Fri and 7am – 12pm on Saturdays. Our hazardous waste disposal facility is based off Magna Road, Wimborne, BH21 3BW.

      Read more about our local battery disposal sites

      Booking the disposal of hazardous batteries

      All hazardous waste must be pre-booked before tipping at our Canford Recycling Centre. To book batteries to be accepted and disposed of by Commercial Recycling, contact us on 01202 331560 or email: enquiries@commercialrecycling.co.uk.

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