The Home Depot Supports Environmental Conservation Through Rechargeable Battery & Cell Phone Recycling

Home Depot Eco Options LogoThe Home Depot provides cordless power tools and other products that help make your home improvement projects a success. When a power tool battery can no longer hold its charge, it’s time to recycle it. The Home Depot is part of a national program called Call2Recycle® – a free, in-store recycling program that offers customers convenient access to recycling rechargeable batteries and cellphones.

How Does the Call2Recycle Program Work?
Recycling rechargeable batteries and cellphones is an easy way to protect our environment and conserve Earth’s natural resources. Home Depot stores display Call2Recycle collection kits for rechargeable batteries. Batteries are then shipped to a facility that melts the batteries and uses the metals to make new products. Visit our drop-off locator to find a Home Depot recycling location.

Batteries We Accept
Rechargeable batteries can be found in cordless power tools, cellular and cordless phones, laptops, digital cameras, two-way radios, camcorders, remote control toys and other portable electronics. AnyHome Depot Recycling Bin rechargeable battery or cellphone that weighs up to 11 lbs will be accepted.

Recycling at Your Convenience
Recycling batteries and cellphones is easy – just bag it, tie it and drop it! You can find the Call2Recycle collection kit at any Home Depot location, where you can place your battery into a provided plastic bag and drop it into our box.

Did You Know?
The Home Depot has recycled over 7.5 million pounds of batteries since joining the Call2Recycle® program in 2001.

Want to learn more about the Home Depot’s Eco Options? Click here to visit Eco Options web page.

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