Battery recycling

Battery-Recycling Ecotech Services offers a recycling service for most of the  commonly used battery types.  Contact us to discuss the recycling of any specialist battery types.

To recycle your batteries in a manner that allows us to keep our prices low and to minimise the effect on the environment collect as many batteries as you are able to store then contact us for invoicing arrangements.

Pricing

SKU DESCRIPTION PRICE (inc GST) PER
32112 Alkaline and drycells $3.00 kg
32122 NiCd/NiMH $3.50 kg
32130 Li-ion, LiPO, LiMnO2 free
32142 Lead acid and gel cell $0.42 payment kg
32189 Button cell recycling $3.00 kg
32190 Unsorted batteries $3.50 kg
39201 Pick up service (Christchurch city only) $8.50

We accept a minimum quantity of one kilogram per SKU.

At this stage we do not accept lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) until we can establish the recycling costs.

The prices are based on unpackaged batteries.  Contact us for a quote if they require removal from retail or shipping  packaging, or from an assembly.

All batteries collected by Ecotech Services are sorted by type, weighed, stored in suitable containers, and stockpiled until sufficient amounts are collected for local sale or overseas processing.

We require MSDS’s unless it is a battery from a well known manufacturer and it is a common type.

Care should be taken with the storage and shipment of batteries.  Refer to our shipping instructions for more information. Note that lithium batteries have very stringent shipping conditions and care should be taken with storing individual cells to prevent fire.

Wholesale collection

There is an increasing demand for battery recycling services. Contact us if you are interested in becoming a drop off point for battery recycling.  We can help you by sharing our experience and information.  We will also maintain a database of battery recycling drop off locations once there is sufficient coverage throughout New Zealand.

Further information

 

Reduce, repair, reuse, repurpose, refurbish, recycle.

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