Call2Recycle- The responsible way to recycle when batteries reach their end-of-life

One question.  Do you recycle your batteries?  Have you ever thought of it or is this something new to you? National Battery Day is coming up on February 18 and I am working with Call2Recycle Canada  to help raise awareness about the importance of recycling batteries.

Got batteries? Like recycling and the planet? Help #leadthecharge on #NationalBatteryDay by recycling old batteries! Click To Tweet

5 Tips For Safe and Easy Battery Recycling

  1. Safety first! Be sure to safely prep your batteries. There are two options: bag or tape. Option A: Bag each battery in its own clear plastic bag before placing it in a storage container. Option B: you can tape the terminals with clear packing, non-conductive electrical or duct tape, keeping label visible.
  2. Stay cool. Store the batteries in a cool, dry place. Incidents can occur when batteries (or the devices they power such as a cellphone or tablet) are exposed to inclement or excessively hot weather. Store them in a plastic container; avoid metal.
  3. Possible damage? If you see a swollen or bulging battery, immediately put it in a non-flammable material such as sand or kitty litter in a cool, dry place. DO NOT THROW AWAY. Contact Call2Recycle, the manufacturer or retailer immediately for instructions, especially if the label says it is Lithium or Lithium-Ion.
  4. Timing is everything. Aim to drop batteries to recycle within six months, ensuring they are bagged or taped. You can use their locator to find the nearest drop-off site.
  5. Spread the word. As we all use batteries to power our world, share the knowledge about battery recycling. It’s the right thing to do and helps keep batteries out of landfills!

Battery_call2recycleThe Call2Recycle program is a free and easy way for earth-conscious folks like yourself to get rid of your old batteries. With over 20 years of experience in safely and reliably diverting batteries from landfills, Call2Recycle takes care of the hard part.  All you have to do is drop off your old batteries at one of the 9,000+ Call2Recycle-established drop-off locations across Canada.

As we all use #batteries to power our world, share the knowledge about battery #recycling @Call2Recycle It’s the right thing to do and helps keep batteries out of landfills! Click To Tweet

Where are these drop-offs?

You can easily head over to this link for locations but most Staples and Best Buys will take your old batteries.  Founded in 1997, the not-for-profit organization works on behalf of stakeholders to provide its battery recycling program, Call2Recycle, at no-cost to consumers across Canada through 8,000 convenient drop-off locations.  Please visit this guideline so you know how to prepare your batteries.

Feb.18/18 was #NationalBatteryDay! @Call2Recycle program is a free & easy way for earth-conscious folks like yourself to get rid of your old batteries. Click To Tweet

So what happens to the batteries? How are they used once recycled??

These companies sort the batteries by chemistry and then melt them down into by-products that are used to make new products such as batteries, stainless steel alloy and cement additives. Cellphones are refurbished and resold when possible, or recycled, with the proceeds being used to fund the program. It’s a win-win.

What will you do? How do you ensure your family properly recycles batteries? Tweet out my messages in this post and tell us if you if you’ll recycle batteries and be entered to win a $100 gift card to Best Buy.   Don’t forget to visit Call2Recycle on social media.
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Disclosure: This sponsored post was written in collaboration with Call2Recycle

339 COMMENTS

  1. jan | 13th Feb 18

    we have a container than we place batteries in. we then take it to our local London Drugs which has a recycling box for different types.

  2. sarah | 13th Feb 18

    We save then in a container as well and drop them off at the closest recycling drop off. Thanks! Tweeted here: https://mobile.twitter.com/AnxiousMom14/status/963490774271832069?p=p

  3. Alison Braidwood | 13th Feb 18

    We always dispose of used batteries at a hazardous waste site in town. We do need to take more care when storing them, though.

  4. Alison Braidwood | 13th Feb 18

    Daily tweet: https://twitter.com/Boomergirlz/status/963513461358473216

  5. Calvin | 13th Feb 18

    Make sure we collect batteries and have a designated bin for them and when we have enough we go dispose responsibly.

  6. Amy Heffernan | 13th Feb 18

    We bring ours to a local recycling building!

  7. wendy hutton | 13th Feb 18

    shared a tweet https://twitter.com/wghutton/status/963579606723829760

  8. wendy hutton | 13th Feb 18

    I have a container in the pantry that we put them in drop the off at the recycling depot

  9. Lisa L | 13th Feb 18

    daily tweet – https://twitter.com/lisaleesaa/status/963595088742903808

  10. Lisa L | 13th Feb 18

    We have a container to put used batteries in, and we take them to a nearby London Drugs to recycle!

  11. Monique L.S. | 14th Feb 18

    My tweet – https://twitter.com/MamaAshCA/status/963430053273989120

  12. Florence Cochrane | 14th Feb 18

    Shared a tweet https://twitter.com/fossie55/status/963773017968005122

  13. Monique L.S. | 14th Feb 18

    We take batteries to my daughter’s school where they collect for disposal.
    We have also brought to community environmental days in the past.

  14. Florence Cochrane | 14th Feb 18

    We keep a container in our hallway closet to put old batteries in.

  15. Elizabeth Vlug | 14th Feb 18

    We save our old batteries in a can in the garage and wait for the disposable days at our town’s recyclying depot.

  16. Elizabeth Vlug | 14th Feb 18

    Shared a tweet: https://twitter.com/MamaAshCA/status/963475446355537920

  17. joy | 14th Feb 18

    I collect dead batteries near the front door — when I go to the library, I can drop them off in a container for recycling

  18. Marlene J | 14th Feb 18

    We give our batteries to a depot that takes them for recycling.

  19. Heidi c. | 14th Feb 18

    We are supposed to take them ourselves to the recycling depot but, truthfully, most of the time, they end up in just our recycling bag.

  20. wendy hutton | 14th Feb 18

    tweeted https://twitter.com/wghutton/status/963808123201904642

  21. kathy downey | 14th Feb 18

    My family properly recycles batteries yearly,we usually save them till a program is available in my area

  22. Janet Meisner | 14th Feb 18

    We try to collect them in a container in the garage so they can then be recycled when container is full.

  23. Jennifer P. | 14th Feb 18

    Feb 14 tweet: https://twitter.com/JaylynneParsons/status/963829837948268544

  24. Jennifer P. | 14th Feb 18

    We have a small plastic container in our garage that we put all of our old batteries in, and every time we go to the recycling depot we bring it and recycle them there. We go to the depot several times per month with glass and plastic bags since those don’t get picked up by our city’s home recycling program, so if we have batteries in the container we bring those too.

  25. christina rogers | 14th Feb 18

    we have a container we keep our batteries into until its time to dispose of them at a waste site.

  26. Jenny B | 14th Feb 18

    We have a container that we put used batteries in and we recycle them at Staples.

  27. Jenny B | 14th Feb 18

    tweeted today – https://twitter.com/jnylala/status/963935455577128960

  28. Lynda Cook | 15th Feb 18

    I store my old batteries in a container and when I have enough they go into recycle

  29. Elizabeth Vlug | 15th Feb 18

    shared on fb: https://www.facebook.com/Redlizzy/posts/10155860986195325

  30. Elizabeth Vlug | 15th Feb 18

    RT’d : https://twitter.com/MamaAshCA/status/963512618735423488

  31. Larker | 15th Feb 18

    We have a box we put used batteries in and take back to recycling centre.

  32. wendy hutton | 15th Feb 18

    tweeted https://twitter.com/wghutton/status/964190138254336001

  33. Jennifer P. | 15th Feb 18

    @JaylynneParsons retweet: https://twitter.com/MamaAshCA/status/963792080853090304

  34. Jennifer P. | 15th Feb 18

    Oops, sorry, left wrong tweet link. It’s this one: https://twitter.com/JaylynneParsons/status/964197751490732032

  35. ivy pluchinsky | 15th Feb 18

    We recycle our batteries and make sure they are properly stored before we take them to to recycling depot

  36. Rosie | 15th Feb 18

    Our town is big on recycling, and twice a year we have a hazardous waste collection, that includes batteries (but not car batteries). We check batteries in the fall, and so we make sure we do it before the collection.

  37. Linda | 16th Feb 18

    We keep our dead batteries in a box at home and bring them to Rona later.

  38. Juliee Fitze | 16th Feb 18

    I have a box that we put all our old batteries in , then take to the recycle place.

  39. Jenness M | 16th Feb 18

    I have a box for batteries in our recycling area and when full I drop it off at our public library which arranges recycling.

  40. CL Chin | 16th Feb 18

    I usually bring them to work where they have a special battery recycle program.

  41. Stephanie | 16th Feb 18

    We bring it to places that accept and recycle used batteries!

  42. ivy pluchinsky | 16th Feb 18

    Daily tweet – https://twitter.com/LuckyAtWinning/status/964541110512181256

  43. wendy hutton | 16th Feb 18

    tweeted https://twitter.com/wghutton/status/964547940869029889

  44. Jennifer P. | 16th Feb 18

    Feb 16 tweet: https://twitter.com/JaylynneParsons/status/964552038225821696

  45. Andrew P | 16th Feb 18

    We collect the batteries in a box and drop them off at Best Buy.

  46. Sarah | 16th Feb 18

    We have a container that we put used batteries in and then we take them to the recycle place

  47. Brian Hwang | 16th Feb 18

    My family keeps batteries in a baggie and when full, we take them to the nearest Best Buy

  48. 409cope | 16th Feb 18

    We keep all our used batteries in a plastic tray until we have a few and take them to staples to recycle them.

  49. 409cope | 16th Feb 18

    I tweeted – https://twitter.com/409cope/status/964599049222582272

  50. Laurence Price | 16th Feb 18

    Recycling is an important for our environment and vital for our well-being.

  51. Erin N | 16th Feb 18

    I make sure to separate my spent batteries from the other recycling!

  52. Micheline | 16th Feb 18

    we do recycle our batteries but need to come up with a better way to store the batteries.

  53. leana | 16th Feb 18

    My daughter takes her earth ranger status very seriously and recycles not only our used batteries but those of our neighbors as well!

  54. Sandi Tymchuk | 16th Feb 18

    We have a special plastic container for recyclables in our closet, and make trips to our Ecostation a few times a year.

  55. LILLIAN BROWN | 16th Feb 18

    We recycle our batteries and make sure they are properly stored in a safe container before we take them to to recycling depot

  56. LILLIAN BROWN | 16th Feb 18

    shared tweet https://twitter.com/davelackie/status/964469422139125760

  57. LILLIAN BROWN | 16th Feb 18

    Sorry my correct shared tweet https://twitter.com/LILLIANMB23/status/964650616403431424

  58. kristen visser | 16th Feb 18

    I honestly had NO idea that you could recycle your batteries but I did look into it about a week ago as well have some in our drawer that no longer work, and I see that the Best Buy not to far from our house has a program where you can bring your old batteries in to be recycled 🙂

  59. Catherine Robichaud | 16th Feb 18

    Tweeted https://twitter.com/CCrobich/status/964656433512972288

  60. Catherine Robichaud | 16th Feb 18

    We use an old plastic coffee container to store used batteries with the terminals taped. When we get enough we drop them off at Best Buy for recycling.

  61. Heather Swanson | 16th Feb 18

    our recycled batteries are taken to a drop off at the hardware store

  62. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 16th Feb 18

    I take them to recycling but it’s seldom as I mainly have rechargeable batteries.

  63. Brenda Witherspoon-Bedard | 16th Feb 18

    we dispose of them at a recycle depot

  64. DebP | 16th Feb 18

    We take our dead batteries to the recycling box in our local library.

  65. Alisa E | 16th Feb 18

    We make sure they are put in the proper recycle blue bins

  66. AD | 16th Feb 18

    We collect all our used batteries in a plastic container and then do a mass drop-off at a recycling depot or at the nearest Best Buy or Lowes.

  67. Rosa Cross | 16th Feb 18

    We hold onto the batteries and keep them in a drawer until our hazardous waste pick-up day.

  68. Cathy Balogh | 16th Feb 18

    we have a small box sitting by the computer that all used batteries go in.

  69. Debbie White Beattie | 17th Feb 18

    We put all the used batteries in a box and then we take them all at one time so it’s not an inconvenience.

  70. Debbie White Beattie | 17th Feb 18

    Here’s my daily tweet –
    https://twitter.com/debbiewbd/status/964763830202101760

  71. Lynnie M | 17th Feb 18

    Once per year, our city distributes battery bags so we can leave our batteries for recycling, on a recycling pick-up day!

  72. Rebecca F | 17th Feb 18

    We take our old batteries to Home Depot to the recycling program.

  73. Heather Howard | 17th Feb 18

    We put our dead batteriesin my husband’s empty tobacco tins and when we have a few full we take them to our local recycling depot.

  74. Tiesha | 17th Feb 18

    i have a special container where we collect them.

  75. Marlene V | 17th Feb 18

    We have a place in our home where we collect dead batteries and when it’s full we take it in to recycle.

  76. Darren Scrubb | 17th Feb 18

    We always dispose of used batteries properly.

  77. Diane T | 17th Feb 18

    we dispose of them at a recycle depot

  78. tracy k | 17th Feb 18

    we collect dead batteries and take them to the proper recycling depot

  79. Jenny Major | 17th Feb 18

    We always dispose of used batteries at a hazardous waste site in town

  80. Rosanne Robinson | 17th Feb 18

    We collect all of the dead batteries in our home and drop them off at the recycle bin in front of our local Home Depot store.

  81. tanyab79 | 17th Feb 18

    We drop them off at our local disposal.

  82. wendy hutton | 17th Feb 18

    tweeted https://twitter.com/wghutton/status/964935022674259968

  83. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 17th Feb 18

    daily tweet: https://twitter.com/elizamatt51/status/964935516763209728

  84. Krista M | 17th Feb 18

    Daily tweet – https://twitter.com/MillerKrazy/status/964948957590781952

  85. Edith Rennes | 17th Feb 18

    We all put used batteries in a bag we use for that purpose

  86. Judy Cowan | 17th Feb 18

    We usually collect them up in a bag and drop them off at Staples once we have a few.

  87. Judy Cowan | 17th Feb 18

    Daily tweet https://twitter.com/JudyCowan/status/964973209459265541

  88. Catherine Robichaud | 17th Feb 18

    Tweeted https://twitter.com/CCrobich/status/964987659507691520

  89. Leanne | 17th Feb 18

    Batteries add up quick. We have a local store that takes old batteries and recycles them.

  90. Mandy | 17th Feb 18

    I didn’t know London Drugs takes old batteries! We keep saving ours up to recycle at Best Buy but London Drug is so much closer to us. Thanks!

  91. Elaine Kidd | 17th Feb 18

    We use rechargeable batteries.

  92. Mike Gismondi | 18th Feb 18

    I take my batteries to work where they get recycled

  93. Debbie White Beattie | 18th Feb 18

    Here’s another tweet –
    https://twitter.com/debbiewbd/status/965162274796294144

  94. Elizabeth Vlug | 18th Feb 18

    Tweeted: https://twitter.com/Redlizzy1/status/965210862809178112

  95. Florence Cochrane | 18th Feb 18

    tweeted https://twitter.com/fossie55/status/965248274264461314

  96. Elizabeth Vlug | 18th Feb 18

    Tweeted: https://twitter.com/Redlizzy1/status/965250498411581440

  97. wendy hutton | 18th Feb 18

    tweeted https://twitter.com/wghutton/status/965251749891080193

  98. Virginia R | 18th Feb 18

    I collect them in a plastic container and then take them to the recycling depot.

  99. Dawn Lawry | 18th Feb 18

    Thanks for the great info

  100. Krista M | 18th Feb 18

    Daily tweet – https://twitter.com/MillerKrazy/status/965310700846379008

  101. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 18th Feb 18

    daily tweet: https://twitter.com/elizamatt51/status/965331506586513409

  102. wilson king | 18th Feb 18

    A great initiative. Thanks. Will pass the word.

  103. KellyPC | 18th Feb 18

    I have a couple old Kraft peanut-butter bear-shaped jars full of dead batteries. I’ve been saving them for a few years now but I still haven’t figured out what to do with them before now.

  104. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 18th Feb 18

    daily tweet 2: https://twitter.com/elizamatt51/status/965338194777595904

  105. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 18th Feb 18

    daily tweet 3: https://twitter.com/elizamatt51/status/965342896797884416

  106. lori novak | 18th Feb 18

    Our libraries in the City of Winnipeg take all our recycled batteries. we keep our old ones in the drawer and then drop them off at the drop box at the library. I am soooo happy our city has this option because it couldn’t be easier! Lori N. Winnipeg

  107. Judy Cowan | 18th Feb 18

    Daily Tweet https://twitter.com/JudyCowan/status/965349017990377473

  108. Catherine Robichaud | 18th Feb 18

    Tweeted https://twitter.com/CCrobich/status/965361133753335808

  109. Lisa lee | 18th Feb 18

    tweeted today- https://twitter.com/lisaleesaa/status/965377469174841345

  110. Marina Bird | 18th Feb 18

    I use the recycle bag that the city hands out.

  111. Cathy C | 18th Feb 18

    We have a container to put dead batteries in and when it is full we take them to a recycling centre.

  112. Julie bolduc | 18th Feb 18

    We save them until it is recycle weekend in our city

  113. linda p | 18th Feb 18

    thanks for the important info

  114. Miriam Wilton | 19th Feb 18

    we keep a small bucket in the closet for them and when its full make a run to the depot on our way home from preschool. a learning experience for everyone!

  115. Debbie White Beattie | 19th Feb 18

    Here’s another tweet –
    https://twitter.com/debbiewbd/status/965476842869227520

  116. SweetPanda | 19th Feb 18

    We do recycle batteries. I have a box at home and usually when it is almost full I bring back to my office building where they have a recycle box for batteries

  117. Jennifer gibson | 19th Feb 18

    We place them in a plastic bag and in a special container for batteries.

  118. Elizabeth Vlug | 19th Feb 18

    Tweeted: https://twitter.com/Redlizzy1/status/965590285702049793

  119. Emily B. | 19th Feb 18

    We save all our used batteries up and then make a trip to the recycling centre. So important to keep them out of landfills!

  120. wendy hutton | 19th Feb 18

    tweeted https://twitter.com/wghutton/status/965630365975982080

  121. shelly peterson | 19th Feb 18

    tweeted https://twitter.com/cshell202/status/965651529687449600

  122. shelly peterson | 19th Feb 18

    I have to admit I do recycle so many things but never thought about batteries.

  123. Krista M | 19th Feb 18

    Daily tweet – https://twitter.com/MillerKrazy/status/965655573227192320

  124. Krista M | 19th Feb 18

    My daughter’s school has a battery collection drive every year so we save ours up & bring them in to the teacher and they take them to be recycled!

  125. Julie F | 19th Feb 18

    My hubby drops them into a recycling box at work

  126. Nicole Jubleew | 19th Feb 18

    Tweeted here: https://twitter.com/JubleeW/status/965658932189396992

  127. Linda Smyth | 19th Feb 18

    We Collect our batteries and recycle them at Home Depot:)

  128. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 19th Feb 18

    daily tweet 1: https://twitter.com/elizamatt51/status/965670214313558016

  129. Robyn Bellefleur | 19th Feb 18

    My tweet: https://twitter.com/sharklady71/status/965671588602429446

  130. Gord | 19th Feb 18

    We always use a battery checker for strength before throwing them in a box near the door. I check on Kijiji as there is usually someone looking for any type of batteries. If not we wait until the box is nearly full and take it to the local hazardous waste disposal site.

  131. dave g | 19th Feb 18

    recycle before old batteries cause a fire

  132. Sherry K | 19th Feb 18

    we have a container under the kitchen sink for our old batteries.

  133. Carole D | 19th Feb 18

    There a few place in my city where we can bring them for recycling. We save them and we have a few we bring them to the depot.

  134. Becky Best | 19th Feb 18

    Our family safely disposes of batteries, by handing them in to Staples! 🙂

  135. Catherine Robichaud | 19th Feb 18

    Tweeted https://twitter.com/CCrobich/status/965715759056990209

  136. Jenn Erin | 19th Feb 18

    We keep dead batteries in a baggy and we have been taking them to London drugs for recycling.

  137. Jeannie Lam | 19th Feb 18

    WE always keep our batteries in a box and when when we make our monthly trip to the recycle depot, we bring it there to recycle them properly.

  138. Kim Tanti | 19th Feb 18

    We keep a basket under the sink. Then we take them for recycling when the basket is full of old batteries

  139. Ira | 19th Feb 18

    Our city has a recycling program, we always use it.

  140. janice | 19th Feb 18

    this is a real awesome giveaway. This will be very useful to me as I have something well needed to purchase from Best Buy. Thanks for the opportunity!!!!!!!!!!!!

  141. Debbie White Beattie | 20th Feb 18

    Here’s another tweet –
    https://twitter.com/debbiewbd/status/965890651220045824

  142. Victoria Ess | 20th Feb 18

    We collect them and then bring them to a recycling centre.

  143. Heather Sibley | 20th Feb 18

    We have a container to put used batteries in, and we take them to my recycling program at the office.

  144. wendy hutton | 20th Feb 18

    tweeted https://twitter.com/wghutton/status/965992803753803776

  145. Jessica G | 20th Feb 18

    We keep them in a bag, then bring them to the recycling depot

  146. shelly peterson | 20th Feb 18

    daily tweet https://twitter.com/cshell202/status/966017632481697793

  147. Lynnie M | 20th Feb 18

    Feb 20th daily tweet: https://twitter.com/sugarstepmom/status/966052824458104832

  148. Lynnie M | 20th Feb 18

    Feb. 19/18 daily tweet: https://twitter.com/sugarstepmom/status/965577573949460485

  149. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 20th Feb 18

    daily tweet 1: https://twitter.com/elizamatt51/status/966055547614109696

  150. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 20th Feb 18

    daily tweet 2: https://twitter.com/elizamatt51/status/966058839287066624

  151. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 20th Feb 18

    daily tweet 3: https://twitter.com/elizamatt51/status/966065239660773376

  152. Catherine Robichaud | 20th Feb 18

    Tweeted https://twitter.com/CCrobich/status/966067214955753474

  153. Krista M | 20th Feb 18

    Daily tweet! https://twitter.com/MillerKrazy/status/966094743917637633

  154. Louanne Baelde | 20th Feb 18

    We have a special container where we place the batteries until they can be properly disposed.

  155. Heather W | 20th Feb 18

    We mainly use rechargeable batteries, but we have a battery recycle station right up the street from us.

  156. Dana Miller | 21st Feb 18

    I shared your tweet: https://twitter.com/MamaAshCA/status/965577531867844608

  157. Krista M | 21st Feb 18

    Daily tweet – https://twitter.com/MillerKrazy/status/966324176855359489

  158. ivy pluchinsky | 21st Feb 18

    Tweeted today https://twitter.com/LuckyAtWinning/status/966341774590570498

  159. wendy hutton | 21st Feb 18

    tweeted https://twitter.com/wghutton/status/966348011960877056

  160. shelly peterson | 21st Feb 18

    daily tweet https://twitter.com/cshell202/status/966365088679567360

  161. Elizabeth Vlug | 21st Feb 18

    Tweeted: https://twitter.com/Redlizzy1/status/966380567624372225

  162. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 21st Feb 18

    daily tweet 1: https://twitter.com/elizamatt51/status/966395675058438145

  163. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 21st Feb 18

    daily tweet 2: https://twitter.com/elizamatt51/status/966401203406913537

  164. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 21st Feb 18

    daily tweet 3: https://twitter.com/elizamatt51/status/966406165914574848

  165. Lynnie M | 21st Feb 18

    Feberuary 21 tweet: https://twitter.com/sugarstepmom/status/966417207294091265

  166. Catherine Robichaud | 21st Feb 18

    Tweeted https://twitter.com/CCrobich/status/966433739432751105

  167. Michelle Policelli | 21st Feb 18

    Daily Tweet: https://twitter.com/ROCK_STAR_001/status/966434393727356928

  168. Michelle Policelli | 21st Feb 18

    We collect all of our batteries in a box in our garage and wait until it’s full to then recycle them properly.

  169. Andrea | 21st Feb 18

    We bring our batteries to our local recycling place.

  170. Nicole Jubleew | 21st Feb 18

    Tweeted here: https://twitter.com/JubleeW/status/966493416778620929

  171. Elizabeth Vlug | 22nd Feb 18

    Tweet: https://twitter.com/Redlizzy1/status/966680704825380864

  172. Krista M | 22nd Feb 18

    Daily tweet! https://twitter.com/MillerKrazy/status/966711930546143232

  173. ivy pluchinsky | 22nd Feb 18

    Tweeted today https://twitter.com/LuckyAtWinning/status/966712171903246336

  174. wendy hutton | 22nd Feb 18

    tweeted https://twitter.com/wghutton/status/966716098467921927

  175. Jenn Erin | 22nd Feb 18

    daily tweet – https://twitter.com/jennerinyvr/status/966742917137051648

  176. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 22nd Feb 18

    daily tweet 1: https://twitter.com/elizamatt51/status/966760689808191488

  177. Tracy D | 22nd Feb 18

    I find just having a box designated for batteries helps.

  178. Lynnie M | 22nd Feb 18

    February 22nd https://twitter.com/sugarstepmom/status/966781061421297671

  179. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 22nd Feb 18

    daily tweet 2: https://twitter.com/elizamatt51/status/966783377285132288

  180. Catherine Robichaud | 22nd Feb 18

    Tweeted https://twitter.com/CCrobich/status/966784282411839491

  181. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 22nd Feb 18

    daily tweet 3: https://twitter.com/elizamatt51/status/966790322037473280

  182. Debbie White Beattie | 22nd Feb 18

    Here’s my tweet for today –
    https://twitter.com/debbiewbd/status/966843205101801472

  183. Silvia D | 22nd Feb 18

    we have a container we keep our batteries into until its time to dispose of them

  184. shelly peterson | 23rd Feb 18

    daily tweet https://twitter.com/cshell202/status/966948672217931777

  185. Debbie White Beattie | 23rd Feb 18

    Here’s another –
    https://twitter.com/debbiewbd/status/966971333446946817

  186. Suzie B | 23rd Feb 18

    Ive shared daily : https://twitter.com/sbabij/status/967009049966465024

  187. Tara Betterley | 23rd Feb 18

    I save them in the bags that are provided by our Municipality and put them to the road on the designated collection week.

  188. Tara Kerr | 23rd Feb 18

    We have a special container we store our old batteries in and then we take them to the recycling depot

  189. Krista M | 23rd Feb 18

    Daily tweet! https://twitter.com/MillerKrazy/status/967061432478003200

  190. ivy pluchinsky | 23rd Feb 18

    Tweeted today https://twitter.com/LuckyAtWinning/status/967065398834278410

  191. wendy hutton | 23rd Feb 18

    tweeted https://twitter.com/wghutton/status/967074511068717058

  192. Lynnie M | 23rd Feb 18

    February 23: https://twitter.com/sugarstepmom/status/967100063913783298 Thanks for the chance to win!

  193. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 23rd Feb 18

    daily tweet 1: https://twitter.com/elizamatt51/status/967115493516615680

  194. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 23rd Feb 18

    daily tweet 2: https://twitter.com/elizamatt51/status/967118928966164480

  195. Elizabeth Matthiesen | 23rd Feb 18

    daily tweet 3: https://twitter.com/elizamatt51/status/967128498157465600

  196. Catherine Robichaud | 23rd Feb 18

    Tweeted https://twitter.com/CCrobich/status/967153628967587842

  197. Carol M | 23rd Feb 18

    We take them to a local recycling Depot.

  198. Carol M | 23rd Feb 18

    Oh oops , didn’t notice I needed to comment on my previous tweets but here is today’s.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/carollushka/status/967193179240968197

  199. Jennifer P. | 24th Feb 18

    Feb 24 tweet: https://twitter.com/JaylynneParsons/status/967470549092876288

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