Each state has its own recycling regulations, so it's worth finding out what your state provides and requires.
Your town's website is always a great place to begin. Chances are, you'll learn about battery recycling in the section listing "other types" of recycling.
Use these handy tools.
If you're looking to discover where to dispose of batteries, both Earth911 and Call2Recycle offer online resources to help. Earth911 has an accurate Recycling Locator for all types of batteries where you enter your ZIP code to find the nearest battery recycling center – please see the Earth911 tool below.
Call2Recycle also offers a network of over 34,000 local recycling centers and drop-off locations for rechargeable batteries, including local municipalities and national retailers such as Best Buy, The Home Depot, Staples and Lowe’s. It’s the perfect answer to the common question, "Where can I recycle batteries?" Call2Recycle has a ZIP code tool to find one of their handy battery recycling locations for rechargeable batteries. We urge you to seek them out – Energizer® has collected and recycled nearly 200,000 pounds of batteries through Call2Recycle alone.