2-Gallon Sealed Lead Acid Battery Recycling Pail
This 2-Gallon Sealed Lead Acid Battery Recycling Pail is a UN-rated and DOT-approved battery recycling container that holds approximately 35 pounds of sealed lead acid batteries for recycling. Batteries contain hazardous heavy metals and other compounds that can cause harm to the environment if not recycled properly.
2-Gallon Sealed Lead Acid Battery Recycling Pail includes:
- UN-rated, DOT-approved 2-gallon recycling container with locking lid
- 6-mil poly liner and liner tie
- Instructions for use
- Prepaid return shipping label
- Proof of purchase with serial number
- Online certificates of recycling
- 35 lbs of sealed (non-spillable) lead acid batteries
Universal Wastes are widely generated hazardous wastes, such as batteries, fluorescent bulbs, and other devices containing mercury. The federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reduced the regulatory requirements to encourage proper treatment and recycling, therefore, allowing these wastes to be managed as Universal Wastes instead of Hazardous Wastes. The Universal Waste Rule, 40 CFR Part 237, allows states to modify the rule and add additional universal wastes, e.g., dental amalgam waste and pharmaceuticals, to their individual state regulations.
Restrictions: Not available in AK, HI, PR, or VI. Not available for export to Canada.
|Container Dimensions||10.48"W x 7.53"H|
|System Dimensions||10.48"W x 7.53"H|
|Max Return Weight||35 Lbs.|
|Waste Type||Battery Recycling|
This product is for businesses that manage their own lead acid battery replacement and recycling initiatives. The batteries placed in the container will be managed at an authorized facility capable of recycling the materials. Please do not include any dry cell or lithium batteries in any lead acid recycling container.
The complete package will be sent via courier to your location. Remove the outer packaging, open the resealable plastic container and carefully place the batteries into the container. Battery short circuits can cause batteries to overheat and possibly result in a fire. Batteries must be packaged to prevent short circuits.
Batteries must be packaged to prevent short circuits. Acceptable methods for preventing short circuits include taping all terminals and wire leads, wrapping individual batteries in plastic or placing individual batteries into plastic bags. This should be done in a manner that does not hinder battery identification (i.e., using ONLY clear tape).
When the pail is full, seal and follow instructions to contact FedEx Ground for a pickup of the package.
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