What do you do with the batteries?

After the battery is picked up from your location of choice, the battery is taken back to our shop where it is later recycled. To find out more about the recycling process, click here.


Will I be given any documentation that I recycled my battery?

Yes. If requested, you will receive documentation that states the weight and quantity of all the batteries that are picked up for recycling.


Do I have to deliver the battery?

No! We will pick up the battery from your location of choice (small quantity pickups may be subject to charge).


What areas can you pickup from?

Currently we are available to pickup in Southern Nevada. However, exceptions may be made depending on circumstance (contact us for assistance).


What types of batteries are accepted?

Here is a brief list of the types of batteries that are currently accepted by Nevada Battery Supply & Recycling.

  • Car
  • Truck
  • Van
  • Boat
  • Bus
  • Motor Home
  • Forklift
  • Aircraft
  • Fire Alarm Backups
  • Security System Backups
  • Telecom Backups
  • Cell Tower
  • Uninterupted Power Supply
  • Laptop
  • Cellular Phone

We would even recycle a spaceship battery if we could get our hands on one! If you have a battery that is not listed, please contact us for more information.


Am I required by law to recycle my batteries?

The Federal Government mandates that certain battery chemistries be recycled. Furthermore, some states have adopted mandatory battery recycling guidelines. However, businesses and government entities are positively required to properly manage their waste streams.


Are there any benefits to recycling my batteries?

By recycling your batteries and other acceptable materials, you can keep in compliance with current environmental regulations, manage your waste stream properly in a cost-effective manner, and limit your exposure to liability. This will allow you to set a good example for others to keep our environment healthy.


Can I request a pickup?

Of course! To request a pickup, click here.