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Batteries
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Batteries

The HMMF accepts all alkaline, rechargeable and button cell batteries for recycling or disposal, including lead acid batteries (including auto and E-bike batteries), lithium ion (Li-Ion), lithium primary, lithium polymer (Li-Po), nickel cadmium (Ni-Cd), and nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) batteries. The terminals on batteries that are 9 volts or higher should be taped with clear tape so that we can clearly read the labels and also prevent any potential fires.

Dead batteries should be stored in a cool and dry area in a plastic or cardboard container. For your safety, the terminals on all lithium batteries and any other battery that are 9 volts or higher should be taped with clear tape so that we can clearly read the labels and also prevent any potential fires.

Batteries can be disposed of at:

Boulder County Hazardous Materials Management Facility (HMMF)

Guides And Brochures

Contact Us

Hazardous Materials Management Facility

720-564-2251
HazMatAll@bouldercounty.gov

Location

West of Boulder County Recycling Center
1901 63rd St.
Boulder, CO 80301
Map and Directions
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Wednesday-Saturday
Tuesday: Business waste by appointment only