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Battery Disposal – Boston
 

Battery disposal requires special care because of the different kinds of toxins batteries contain. Recycle your batteries through Boston's Household Hazardous Waste recycling program. Most household batteries including alkaline, rechargeable, lithium (typically found in cameras) and button type (found in watches or other small electronic devices), are accepted by this program. Wet cell batteries, like car batteries, are not accepted for recycling through this program.

Local Boston Resources for Battery Recycling

  • Boston residents (with proof of residence) can bring their auto batteries and rechargeable batteries to the City's Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off locations on the designated drop off days.

  • Click here for a list of locations and their schedules.

  • Recycle rechargeable batteries at the AT&T store located at 222 Newberry Street in Boston.

  • You can drop off your rechargeable batteries at City Hall. City Hall participates in the Call2Recycle electronic recycling program.

Other Resources for Battery Disposal

There are many places where you can recycle batteries, explore the options below to find the easiest and safest way to dispose of your batteries:

 
 
 
 
 
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