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  • Alka­line bat­ter­ies can be safe­ly dis­posed in your trash. Bat­ter­ies that should be recy­cled include lead-acid bat­ter­ies from engines and recharge­able (Ni-cad) bat­ter­ies from cell phones, pow­er tools, cord­less phones and lap top com­put­ers. Lead-acid (car) bat­ter­ies can be turned in at Auto­Zone, Murray’s Dis­count Auto, Nation­al Tire and Bat­tery, Sears Auto­mo­tive Cen­ters and many auto part stores. Recharge­able bat­ter­ies can be turned in at many retail stores includ­ing All­tel, Ameritech Cel­lu­lar, Best Buy, Cin­gu­lar Wire­less, Home Depot, Radio Shack, Sears, and Tar­get stores. Vis­it the Recharge­able Bat­tery Recy­cling Cor­po­ra­tion for loca­tions. Oth­er bat­ter­ies can be recy­cled at Bull­dog Bat­tery (440) 942‑2555 (Vine Street in East­lake).

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