Proper battery disposal involves specialized recycling methods which must follow specific rules and regulations. Depending on the battery type—which can be lead-acid, nickel-cadmium, or lithium-ion—there are very specific recycling requirements.
At Battery Concepts International, we follow all of the proper guidelines regarding battery disposal outlined by both the Battery Act and the U.S. Department of Transportation requirements. When you work with our team of professionals, we will help you understand more about the process and ensure that everything is in compliance.
Call (915) 593-7584 to learn more about our El Paso battery disposal services!
Keeping your business running smoothly relies heavily on the power source you’re using. Once a battery is unable to hold a charge of at least 80% of its rated capacity, it’s no longer viable. So, what do you do with forklift batteries that no longer hold a charge?
The answer isn’t to just toss them out into the trash or take them to a landfill.
Batteries contain various toxins, typically containing lead which is extremely harmful to the environment. When batteries end up in landfills and other improper disposal methods, it can contaminate the water supply and have other environmental ramifications.
We can help dispose of and recycle your forklift batteries. Our professionals can help you avoid hefty fines and fees by recycling with eco-friendly recycling programs that follow all local, state, and federal regulations. We help mitigate the harmful effects of chemicals, decrease waste, and ensure the health of our environment. Our El Paso team also provides proof that battery disposal and recycling are compliant with EPA regulations.
Using a bad forklift battery can slow down your operation and cause damage to your equipment. Signs of needed battery replacement include:
Our team is here if you have any questions about our El Paso battery disposal and recycling services. We can also take a look and see if a battery replacement, battery repair, battery washing, or troubleshooting may be required instead of battery disposal and recycling. Call our battery disposal experts today at (915) 593-7584 for more information on all of our products and services.