Battery Recycling, Durham NC,
NiMH, NiCad, Li-Ion and Lead Acid
Durham, NC Battery Recycling easy at Raleigh Metal Recycling. We are a major battery recycling center in Raleigh, NC. We take vehicle and car batteries, Truck and UPS Lead Acid batteries, along with rechargeable batteries. This is one reason why people like us so much! See us in Raleigh or call us! We are the best place for disposal and recycling of batteries. We even buy huge forklift batteries for recycling. If you are looking for a place to recycle batteries you found us! If you are looking for a place for battery disposal, you found us! We are buyers of batteries for recycling.
Raleigh Recycling also is the place for:
-Li-Ion (Lithium Ion) battery recycling
-NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride) battery recycling
-Ni-Cd (Nickel Cadmium, NiCad) battery recycling
-Laptop battery recycling
Whether it is an old auto battery, a UPS battery or a computer battery, we buy them. In fact, we even recycle battery backups!
We also buy for recycling from companies and people throughout the Triangle and more. People drive to us from Wake Forest, NC and Cary, NC. We actually might as well say we serve most all of North Carolina. People drive to us from places like Henderson, and we pick up in areas places such as Winston Salem, to help with the process of battery recycling.
If you have cell phone batteries, laptop batteries, car batteries, golf cart batteries, forklift batteries, car batteries–BRING ‘EM ON DOWN! We pay top dollar for these batteries, small or big, with the one exception being alkaline batteries like the ones that go in flashlights and remote controls. We buy most batteries that power hand tools as well. We even buy the batteries that power large riding toys and batteries for large lawn mowers. The large really heavy batteries for UPS systems are ones that we buy all the time.
If you want to know what we are paying for batteries, just call us at 919-828-5426 and press 2 for today’s prices.
We do ask though that you handle batteries with care. Lead Acid batteries have real acid, so be careful.
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