FAQ – How to Recycle Batteries

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1. Why use us?
A: Metal Conversion Technologies, LLC is a family owned and operated business. We take pride in treating our customers with respect and honesty. Our number one client is our environment. We are striving to keep our environment clean and reduce landfill contributions. It is our passion for the environment that makes our service second to none.

2. Who do we serve?
A: MCT strives to develop programs to fit the needs of everyone, whether you have 30lbs or 30,000lbs of batteries to recycle we have a program for you.

3. How do I get started?
A: Prior to MCT accepting your spent batteries for recycling, our Customer Profile Sheet must be completed. Because MCT is a Universal-Waste Battery Destination Facility, the US EPA requires that we help our customers properly identify their spent batteries and assure that proper recycling and disposal measures are taken.

4. What battery types are accepted
A: MCT accepts all battery types for recycling.

5. Is MCT approved by the US EPA to recycle batteries?
A: Yes! In fact, MCT’s Battery Recycling Process, High Temperature Metal Reclamation (HTMR), is recognized by the US EPA as BDAT, Best Demonstrated Available Technology for Nickel-Cadmium Battery Recycling.

6. What are the Logistics & Shipping Guidelines?
A: MCT is equipped and supplies a national freight/logistics service. Freight and its associated expense is handled on a case-by-case basis.

Please download and read Metal Conversion Technologies’ Battery Recycling Shipping Requirements document for a full list of requirements by battery type.

7. Does MCT maintain insurance standards?
A: Metal Conversion Technologies maintains insurance standards that exceed Local, State and Federal guidelines and mandates. A copy of our Insurance Declaration Page (certificate) is available upon request.

8. What is your Environmental Health & Safety Policy?
A: Please download a copy of our Environmental Health and Safety Policy to find out more.

Regarding other questions and concerns, please feel free to contact us.