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Last Updated: , Created: Thursday, September 14th, 2000

Ni-Cad Battery Recycling program

Nickel-Cadmium (Ni-Cad) batteries are the most common of the rechargeable batteries.

They can be regular looking batteries that you recharge in special charging blocks, or they can be the specialized batteries that you find in cell phones and power tools. Although rechargeable, they eventually need to be thrown away. But the Cadmium is a hazardous waste material.

Many retail outlets now have special recycling boxes available for these types of batteries. Look for the recyclable label that you can see in the photo. For more information on the Battery Recycling Program visit

Keywords: Batteries, Recycling, Environmental

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