Nickel-Cadminum (NiCad) Batteries

NiCad batteries, rechargeable batteries that are used in power tools and rechargeable appliances such as handheld vacuum cleaners and rechargeable toothbrushes and razors, are a hazardous material. They can be recycled in the Call2Recycle boxes at all town transfer stations and at Town Halls in Erving, Gill, Hawley, and Sunderland. Or they may be brought to the annual Household Hazardous Waste Day or the Regional Hazardous Waste Collection Sites at Bernardston, Colrain, and Conway transfer stations. They may also be brought to the District Office at 117 Main St., 2nd Floor in Greenfield.

More information on disposal of other types of batteries can be found on this page under "Batteries"

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