What can i do with old batteries, size AA or C and D? I don't want to put them in the rubbish bin.

Asked by Ashley Moore

6 answers

  • ALDI stores will take small quantities for recycling.

    Answered by DeanRating: 0
  • Aldi and OfficeWorks recycle them.

    Answered by Richard Dimech
    Green Beret
    Rating: 0
  • Battery World takes them as well.
    And most Councils do.

    Answered by Harald Grabner
    Green Beret
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  • Check out Planet Ark's recyclingnearyou.com.au, pop in your postcode and it'll tell your closest drop-off points.
    Just wrote a blog about new stations introduced by City of Sydney Council 2 weeks ago!
    See: http://rechargeenviro.wordpress.com/2013/10/16/update-a-new-recycling-scheme-for-sydneysiders/ />

    Answered by Recharge the Environment
    Green Beret
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  • Aldi have a battery recycling bin near the checkout. You don't have to go inside.

    Answered by Frances Rating: 0
  • Hi Ashley, If you are in Waverley Council or happen to be in Bondi Junction, you can drop off your used household batteries at the Customer Service Centre in Spring Street, Bondi Junction. You can also hang on to them until the yearly Chemical Clean Out or E-Waste Collection. Check the Waverley Council website for more details www.waverley.nsw.gov.au

    Answered by Suji JadhavRating: 0

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