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Battery Recycle Video

What do a camcorder, laptop, cell phone and cordless drill have in common? A rechargeable Ni-Cd battery. There are thousands of these batteries out there that go bad. Don't throw them in the garbage. They contain toxic materials that can harm the environment. Many of these rechargeable batteries can be recycled.

Most recycling programs are free. If you battery has nickel cadmium on it, stores like Sears, Wal-Mart, Circuit City, Radio Shack or Target could be an authorized recycling center. When that battery dies, do the right thing, help the environment and recycle that battery.

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