Where can I dispose of used batteries responsibly in the local area?

Places that sell batteries such as the big supermarkets could have a recycling program surely?

Asked by Ben

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  • Randwick City residents can recycle used households batteries (single use and rechargeable) by taking them to Council's Administration Centre, 30 Frances St, Randwick. Lead batteries and commercial quantities of any batteries will not be accepted.

    Used car batteries can be taken to Council's Recycling Centre, 72 Perry St, Matraville for recycling.

    Answered by Guada Lado
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  • Randwick City Council residents can recycle used household batteries (single use and rechargeable) by taking them to
    Council's Administration Centre, 30 Frances St, Randwick. Lead batteries and commercial quantities of any batteries will not be accepted.

    Residents can also take used car batteries to Council's Recycling Centre, 72 Perry St, Matraville for recycling.

    Answered by Guada Lado
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  • If you live in the Waverley Council area you can take them to our Customer Service Centre at 55 Spring St Bondi Junction.

    Please note, this includes normal household batteries, rechargeable batteries, lithium and carbon zinc batteries only.

    It does not include car batteries or batteries used by a business or commercial enterprise.

    You can take car batteries to Chemical Cleanout. Click this link for information, dates and locations: http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/households/cleanoutguide.htm>

    Answered by Eleanor Raftery
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  • Battery world has a recycling program for household that comes complete with a recycling superhero ;) They also offer a program for schools:
    http://recycling.batteryworld.com.au/

    Answered by David Winterton
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  • You can take car batteries to repco

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  • Sydney City Council just introduced 10 new battery recycling stations around Sydney! Including Glebe Community Service Centre, Surry Hills Library and Customs House.

    The problem is that not many people voluntarily store and recycle their used batteries. They can just seem so small and insignificant. I believe producers and retailers should take responsibility for the recycling process; providing free services to their customs to ensure their products are sustainable.

    Answered by Recharge the Environment
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  • Sydney Cty council just introduced 1o new battery recycling stations in Sydney, including Glebe Community Service Centre, Surry Hills Library and Customs House.
    The problem is that not many people store and their used batteries. They can just seem so small and insignificant. I believe producers and retailers should take responsibility for the recycling process, providing services for customers to ensure their products are sustainable.

    Answered by Recharge the Environment
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