- Provides excellent continuous power sources to your device
- For use with toys, calculators, cameras, watches, games and other electronic appliances
- They can be used as watch battery
- Good in low and high temperature operations
- High energy density, long life cell battery
How to Recycle an Alkaline Battery:
- Alkaline batteries are a necessity in small electronics such as television remote controls, toys or flash lights and they produce about 1.5 volts per cell. The larger cell batteries such as C and D batteries can deliver more currents. The recharging of alkaline batteries is possible but very uncommon creating the need for recycling of these alkaline batteries. Many areas have started or put into effect safe recycling projects.
- Determine if there are rules for recycling alkaline batteries. In some states and counties alkaline batteries can be disposed of in your regular trash. In the state of California this would be illegal.
- Contact your local grocery store and ask if they have a drop off area for alkaline batteries. Some grocery food chains collect batteries in large bins right outside the store door. Ask the manager if there are any special rules or if you can just toss your used batteries in the bin.
- Recycle alkaline batteries at your local dump. Most local dumps will accept alkaline batteries.
- Purchase a recycle container for your used batteries. There are many local companies that sell these containers in several sizes. You fill the container with your used batteries and return the container to the company for recycling.
Tips & Warnings:
- Avoid exposure to high temperatures and do not dispose of alkaline batteries in fire.
- Do not misuse your battery; it can result in the battery leakage.
- Battery may explode or leak if recharged or disposed in fire
- 4 x Disposable Alkaline Batteries