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Find out how the new battery regulations affect you, choose a link below;
Manufacturers and Importers of batteries in the UK
If you manufacture or import batteries or equipment containing batteries and place them on the UK market, you are considered the Producer.
Retailers and Distributors of batteries
The Regulations require persons selling portable batteries to end users professionally (Distributors) to take back waste portable batteries free of charge
Schools, Colleges and public buildings
BatteryBack is committed to provide over 60,000 FREE collection points. Many of these points will be in schools, colleges, libraries and other public buildings.
Civic Amenity site
The general public are already aware that many batteries are hazardous and should be recycled. At the same time many people are unaware that many household items contain batteries. Click here to find out more.
A business or organisation generating waste batteries
The Battery Recycling Regulations came into force on 5th May 2009. If you generate waste batteries and would like a collection service please click here.
A member of the public
BatteryBack is committed to provide over 60,000 FREE collection points over the next 2 years. Many of these points will be in schools, colleges, libraries and other public buildings as well as approved supermarkets and retailers. Find out where your nearest FREE collection point is located.