Does Home Depot recycle batteries and light bulbs?

Where do I throw away batteries?

Batteries are considered household hazardous waste and should be disposed of properly at a hazardous waste facility drop off if you do not have any store return programs or community battery recycling programs near you. Call2Recycle is a battery recycling program with drop-off centers across North America.

What do I do with old AA batteries?

Ordinary Batteries: Regular alkaline, manganese, and carbon-zinc batteries are not considered hazardous waste and can be disposed of with ordinary trash. Other common single use or rechargeable batteries such as lithium and button batteries are recyclable, but access to recycling may not be available in all locations.

What can you recycle at Home Depot?

Basic Disposal

  • Paint.
  • Batteries.
  • Leaves and Lawn Clippings.
  • Computers, Eyeglasses, Cell Phones.
  • Food Scraps.
  • Household Cleaners.

Does Home Depot take fluorescent tubes?

You can bring old CFLs to The Home Depot for free recycling. … If you’re concerned about the mercury content in CFLs, consider LED bulbs. One of many LED advantages is that they don’t contain mercury and do not have the same cleanup constraints. They are just as energy-efficient.

Does Lowe’s recycle fluorescent tubes?

Are plastic bags recyclable? No, if you’re placing them with your local recycling. If you’re unable to reuse the plastic bag for other purposes that will ultimately end up in the garbage, consider dropping off your plastic bags at a Lowe’s collection center for recycling.

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