Choose GlobalTech! Your Battery & Electronics Recycling Solution
Bulk industrial battery recycling involves a mutually-beneficial relationship between GlobalTech Environmental and their clients. The right industrial battery recycling options are advantageous to businesses while keeping harmful toxins and precious metals out of landfills. We can safely remove those elements that are reusable to extend their lives.
GlobalTech Environmental accepts the following types of batteries for recycling:
Lithium batteries are sometimes called button cells, watch batteries or lithium primary batteries. They are often shaped like a short and squat cylinder.
Nickel-metal cadmium batteries are also known by other names including NiCD, NiCD, Ni-Cd or Ni-Cad. These batteries are rechargeable which makes them popular for use in cordless tools and other wireless devices. Though their popularity is waning, many companies still configure their products for use with Ni-Cd batteries.
Targeted to those applications when surge current is unimportant, lead-acid batteries are manufactured in a variety of sizes and shapes. Cell phone towers, vehicles, marine electronics and forklifts are some applications that use large-format lead-acid batteries.
Lithium iron phosphate (LFP) is a compound that's used in lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries. LiFePO4 batteries commonly provide the power for electric vehicles and power tools.
A lead-acid battery, absolyte batteries are valve regulated (VRLA), single-cell batteries. They are also maintenance free because they don't require topping up. These special, high current performance batteries are found within the telecommunications field and are highly recyclable in spite of myths to the contrary.
A lightweight battery that is often seen in cameras, defibrillators and other similar products, a LiMnO2 battery might be called a lithium manganese dioxide battery. Eventually, this type of battery discharges by itself over time.
Recognized as the most common type of household battery, alkaline batteries are used to power a range of diverse electronics including flashlights, children's toys, remote controls and more. Because of the chemical makeup of alkaline batteries, they have little monetary value. There is usually a charge to recycle them.
“Aviation Aircraft Style” Wet NiCD Batteries
Typically encased in steel to protect the battery's components, aviation aircraft batteries are used to provide the starting power for airplane engines.