How do you dispose of batteries in NC? Use the RBRC collection site locator, or call the consumer helpline, 1-800-8-BATTERY, to find the retail collection site nearest you. Non-rechargeable (typically “alkaline batteries”) still don’t have a recycler and general just must be disposed in the trash.
Where can you safely dispose of batteries? In most communities, alkaline and zinc carbon batteries can be safely put in your household trash. EPA recommendation: send used alkaline and zinc carbon batteries to battery recyclers or check with your local or state solid waste authority.
What can you do with old car batteries? Car batteries can be taken to one of north London’s reuse and recycling centres (RRC) where they can be recycled. Do handle with care as car batteries contain acid. You can also ask the garage to take back the old one when you purchase a new battery.
Where can I take my old TV in Greensboro NC? Bulky e-waste items, such as old televisions and computers can be collected by appointment. Call 336-373-CITY (2489) to schedule free curbside collection of these items at least two business days prior to your regular collection day.