Large-format lead–acid batteries are widely used for storage in backup power supplies for cell phone towers, and in high-availability settings like hospitals. The are also used as stand-alone power systems.
Lead-acid batteries account for more than 80% of present day lead usage worldwide, and have an extremely high rate of recycling. The recycling rate is greater than 95% in Europe and the USA.
Lead acid battery scrap is found in Lead Battery Plates (Rails), Wet Whole Intact Batteries (Rink) and Drained/Dry Whole Intact Lead Batteries (Rains).
How To Recycle Lead Acid Batteries
Batteries don’t last forever. They become obsolete when they lose their ability to hold a charge. It is important to recycle old lead acid batteries to make sure the hazardous materials are reused and disposed of. For large quantities, we offer scrap metal container services to store your lead acid batteries to allow for easier transport. Call 585-762-9080 for rates on lead acid battery recycling.