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Battery Recycling


Because of their value and recyclability, lead-acid batteries are one of the most recycled products in the world. In fact, close to 99% of all batteries that are sold in North America find their way back to a recycler.


From there they are transported to a smelter where they are crushed, and the materials separated to make new batteries. 60-80% of every new battery contains recycled material.


As one of the largest recyclers of lead-acid batteries on the west coast, in conjunction our strong relationships with every smelter in North America and Asia mean that we are able offer very competitive rates for your old batteries


We also utilize cutting edge software to make your transaction with us seamless and transparent. When your load is weighed in at our scale you will automatically be emailed a Scale Ticket. Photos of each pallet are taken and kept on file to ensure that there are no discrepancies between our system and that of the seller.


Our vast network of Freight and Logistics partners makes shipping truck loads of batteries possible from any location in North America and our online logistics management platform means that you can book and track your own loads in real time!



Types of batteries that we recycle


Automotive Batteries

Forklift Batteries

AGM / Gel Batteries

Industrial Batteries

Stationary Batteries


If it contains lead we can recycle it!



What you need to know about Battery Recycling


When it’s time to replace your old battery, it’s important to recycle your old one. That’s because lead-acid batteries are basically made from three elements: acid, plastic, and lead. Improper disposal of batteries can have dangerous consequences for people’s health and the environment alike. Chemicals and heavy metals found in batteries can seep into the soil and contaminate groundwater, streams, and lakes. When batteries are burned, noxious substances pollute the air.

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