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Battery Recycling Services

Batteries can be recycled one of two ways with Ecoactiv

Handheld batteries can be recycled through the Ecoactiv Platform or through the prepaid battery buckets that you can purchase from the Ecoactiv Shop. Other types of batteries such as car batteries, laptop batteries, power banks or USP backup batteries can be recycled through the Ecoactiv Platform.

Recycle-Ready Kits: Buy, Fill, & Return!

Recycle your batteries through the Ecoactiv Circular Economy Hub

The Ecoactiv Circular Economy Hub has over 20 types of batteries and power supplies you can choose to recycle, including a range of single-use and rechargeable batteries, car batteries, back up and power banks.

Why choose Ecoactiv for battery recycling?

Ecoactiv combines technology and reverse logistics to offer consumers a better way to give their old items, new life and participate in enabling a circular economy. It is our mission to support individuals, businesses and schools Australia-wide in recycling used batteries. We have refined the battery recycling processes and have collection and dismantling centres in all major states. 

Divert Waste from Landfill

Reduce Resource Depletion

Create Additional Jobs

Frequently asked questions

Ecoactiv offers the recycling of a range of batteries and power supplies, including:

Batteries – Alkaline (Box Quantities)
Batteries – Lithium-ion (Box Quantities)
Batteries – Motorbike/Moped/Jetski
Batteries – Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH)
Batteries – Nickel – Cadmium (rechargeable -NiCad)
Battery – Alkaline (Single Quantities)
Battery – Electric Motor Vehicle/Car
Battery – Lithium-ion (e.g. Laptops/Power tools)
Battery – Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH)
Battery – Nickel-Cadmium (rechargeable – NiCad)
Battery – UPS/Backup
Battery Charger – Camera
Battery Charger – Car
Bucket of Batteries – Mixed
Car Battery – Lead Acid
Car Battery – Wet Cell
Charging Dock
Power Bank
Rechargeable Batteries

We currently offer our Recycling Kits Australia-wide. 

Once items are received, they are manually sorted by type and inspected to separate different components. Recovered materials, such as precious metals and plastics, go through processes like shredding and refining to achieve higher purity levels for reuse in manufacturing. Special attention is given to managing hazardous components like batteries and chemicals to prevent environmental harm.

In Australia, recycling old batteries is crucial for environmental protection and health safety. Batteries contain harmful chemicals like lead and mercury that can contaminate soil and water if not disposed of properly, posing risks to ecosystems and public health. Recycling conserves natural resources by reusing materials, reducing the need for new raw materials and the environmental impact of their extraction and processing. It’s also more energy-efficient, cutting down greenhouse gas emissions and aligning with Australia’s commitment to combating climate change.

Enquire about our battery recycling services

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