The Australian Battery Recycling Initiative (ABRI) has been formed by a group of battery manufacturers, recyclers, retailers, government bodies and environment groups to promote the collection, recycling and safe disposal of all batteries.
ABRI’s role includes research, advocacy, education and stakeholder engagement to promote safe and environmentally responsible recycling of all batteries at end of life….More >
Providing drop off solutions for battery recycling in retail stores will be a critical success factor for any future national battery stewardship scheme in Australia. e-Scrap News reports that Home Depot in the US recycled more than one million pounds (450 tonnes) of rechargeable batteries in 2016 through its instore take-back program. To find out more, click here.
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