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Recycling & Disposal

Recycle your lithium-ion (li-on) battery with us safely and responsibly in Singapore

Rely on us to recycle responsibly

In today’s world, batteries are an essential part of our daily lives. From powering our smartphones and laptops to electric cars and home energy storage systems, batteries have become ubiquitous. However, with the proliferation of lithium-ion batteries in recent years, the question of what happens to them when they reach the end of their life cycle has become increasingly important.

Therefore, we offer lithium-ion battery recycling service to help reduce waste and mitigate the environmental impact associated with disposing of these batteries.




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Frequently asked questions

We mainly accept Lithium-Ion (Li-ion) Batteries. They are commonly used in smartphones, laptops, electric vehicles, and many portable electronic devices. They contain lithium compounds.

However, if you have other batteries to be disposed and recycled, drop us a message to check with us!

No, it is not recommended to dispose of lithium-ion batteries in regular trash. Improper disposal can lead to the risk of fires, environmental pollution, and potential harm to waste management workers. It’s important to follow proper recycling procedures for lithium-ion batteries.

It is best to let us know about your damaged or swollen lithium-ion batteries. In some cases, we may have specific procedures for handling such batteries. 

Before recycling lithium-ion batteries, it is advisable to take certain precautions. Tape over the battery terminals with non-conductive tape (e.g., electrical tape) to prevent short-circuits. Place each battery in a separate plastic bag or wrap them individually to prevent contact between terminals. This helps minimize the risk of accidental discharge or fires during transportation and processing.

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