Battery Recycling in Kansas City
Bring in Your Scrap Batteries, Get Paid
Battery recycling prices vary. Please call for more information.
Don’t throw away your used and unwanted batteries, bring them to Langley Recycling and leave with a chunk of cash. Yes, that’s right – we’ll pay you for your batteries!
You can find batteries in cell phones, gadget controllers, games consoles, toothbrushes and even cars. Throwing them into the trash means they’ll end up in landfill, polluting our environment and causing harm to our planet. At Langley Recycling, we recycle batteries to make sure this doesn’t happen.
If you aren’t sure of the kind of battery you’re dealing with and whether we’ll take it, just call us or send us an email and we’ll be able to guide you.
Not sure where to bring your batteries in Kansas City?
The thought of having to go out of your way to recycle batteries can be disheartening. But if you’re based in or around Kansas City, you can bring them to Langley Recycling and we’ll make it worth your while.
Recycling your batteries with us will not only help you ensure that you’re responsibly disposing of your items with a company whose ethos focuses around the planet, but you’ll also earn yourself some cash too. We work with the government’s complex laws day in, day out to make sure everything we’re doing is by the book. So you can be assured that Langley Recycling is helping you reduce your carbon footprint.
The batteries market is always changing, as are the scrap battery prices. So give us a call before you bring us your batteries and we’ll be able to give you an accurate price for that day.
And whilst you’re bringing us your batteries, why not see if you have any scrap metal lying around that we’ll also pay you for? Unwanted jewelry? Car parts? Kitchen utensils? Piping? We recycle all sorts of ferrous and non-ferrous metals including cast iron, nickel, titanium, tantalum and bronze. And if you need help identifying your metals, just give us a call!
When batteries are deposited into landfill, various chemicals are released into surrounding soil, air and waterways. These chemicals can include lead, zinc, lithium and mercury and are dangerous to our environment, wildlife and even fellow humans.
Recycling batteries makes sure this leakage of chemicals does not contaminate our surroundings and therefore prevents further harm to our environment. Thousands of tonnes of emissions could be prevented each year if everyone recycled their batteries.
When batteries are recycled, various new items are developed from the materials extracted. Iron is used to make a variety of new items and manganese oxide is used to retrieve zinc oxide which can be used in lots of different products such as plastic. Certain substances like cadmium can be used to create new batteries and nickel can be used to make steel.
Your best bet is to take your batteries to a dedicated recycling facility like Langley Recycling. Here we recycle batteries along with ferrous and non-ferrous metals in line with complex US laws and regulations. So you can rest easy knowing that your items are being recycled responsibly.
Not only will we take your items off your hands, but we’ll also pay you for them. Batteries are in demand for facilities like us, and the price we’ll pay will depend on the market at the time you visit us. Give us a call if you’d like to find out more.