Choose GlobalTech for recycling Cell Phone Batteries.
GlobalTech is dedicated to providing the best customer service and the best prices when you need bulk cell phone battery recycling. Below, you'll find some basic information about recycling cell phone batteries. Contact us at 1-800-770-2330 for our latest price list and for more information!
Nearly everyone today has a cell phone. No matter where you venture out, you'll see grandparents swiping and texting just as often as you see pre-teens doing so. But what happens when that same cell phone -- or its battery -- is no longer usable? While it's pretty easy for the average person to recycle cell phone batteries, it's a different story when it comes to handling them in bulk.
Recycling Cell Phone Batteries: How GlobalTech Can Help
At GlobalTech, we're industry leaders when it comes to helping businesses recycle cell phone batteries in bulk. As one of the most popular types of batteries in the world, there are potentially millions of Li-Ion batteries that power cell phones. If your company is fortunate enough have access to these batteries in bulk, you have the opportunity to work with a professional company that's dedicated to a 100% landfill-free policy.
Recycling cell phone batteries involves a different strategy than most other kinds of batteries that GlobalTech recycles. This is because in most cases, the batteries themselves aren't spent. Unlike other kinds of batteries, most people find that they don't have to replace them as often. Instead, a person is much more likely to replace their entire cell phone -- either because it's broken or because they want an upgrade -- than only replacing the battery.
In most instances, GlobalTech prepares the Li-Ion batteries we receive so they can be reused. This generally means that the batteries are first visually inspected for any obvious issues before being mechanically inspected. During this type of inspection, batteries that are bloated are not able to be reused. Bloated batteries are instead recycled for metals within the batteries. A final step in reuse involves a diagnostic testing phase using specific electronic tests. These tests help determine the amount of use the Li-Ion battery still contains.