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Avoid the spark with proper disposal of batteries

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Do not place batteries in your garbage or recycling carts. Help to prevent fires and keep workers safe by disposing of your batteries at a Collier County Recycling Drop-Off Center free of charge and do your part to avoid the spark.

Products that may use or contain batteries include:

Electronic devices, such as mobile phones, laptops, tablets, computer peripherals, Bluetooth devices and smart wearables

Power tools

Remote car keys


Vaping devices

Game controllers

Digital cameras

Portable power packs

Greeting cards

Electric toothbrushes



Two-way radios

Medical equipment

Smoke/carbon monoxide alarms

E-bikes and e-scooters

More information at colliercountyfl.gov/dispose.

– Kari Ann Hodson, P.E., Collier County Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Division

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