Battery recycling

Batteries are a common form of household hazardous waste and can be found in just about everything we use today.

You should never put household batteries into your recycling or general waste bins as they can spark and ignite causing fires in collection vehicles and at waste facilities. Did you know, batteries can be fully recycled?

By recycling batteries, you can be part of the solution to a growing waste problem. Council has partnered with B-cycle to ensure the safe and effective recycling of batteries in Eurobodalla.

You can also reduce your use of batteries by connecting wireless items to the mains power where possible and by using the correct charging equipment.

Where to drop off your batteries

You can take your batteries to Council's three waste facilities for recycling or at the main council administration building in Moruya or the Narooma and Batemans Bay libraries. Some supermarkets and retail business will also accept batteries.

More information

Learn more on how to dispose of waste and recycling in the Eurobodalla.

We can help you

If you need more information about battery recycling, please contact Council's Waste Services: