Battery Recycling & Disposal Program
The George Washington University uses many different kinds of batteries on campus. The following lists the common types of batteries used and how to arrange to have used/spent batteries recycled.
Non-alkaline (hazardous) batteries such as ni-cad, gel-lead, button, and automotive lead-acid batteries are used in many applications and, because they contain hazardous chemicals, may be treated as hazardous waste and can be recycled.
Risk Management also supplies battery recycing containers upon request.
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