Commit to Recycling Used Batteries on National Battery Day

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Energy Saver Update


February 18, 2022

Commit to Recycling Used Batteries on National Battery Day


Today is National Battery Day.  Every year in the United States, millions of batteries are bought and used to charge common every day items including phones, computers, watches, video games, remote controls, smoke detectors, and power tools.  With the increase in “smart” products, such as appliances and automobiles, we have come to depend on them even more.   

When batteries eventually come to the end of their life, it is important that they are recycled and not simply disposed of in the trash.

Visit the Energy Saver Blog to learn more about the importance of proper battery handling and recycling:

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