It is not safe for used battery to be thrown away in land fill, it is not good for

hazardous batteries. there are safety protocols how to handle their proper way of

disposal. there has been huge increase of portable electronic on the market that requires

hazardous rechargeable lithium batteries.

it is impertinent for this change to alleviate the burden of waste leaving anyway in

any place. More to come with changes in the near future.

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There are so many recyclers to come to you and pick up waste or used batteries to move

to junkyards.