Sealed Lead Acid Batteries

Small sealed lead rechargeable batteries found in computers, electronic equipment, power tools, exit lights, security systems, weed trimmers, wheelchairs, and personal UPS units can be recycled in the Call2Recycle boxes at all town transfer stations and at Town Halls in Erving, Gill, Hawley, and Sunderland.
Sealed lead acid batteries from automobiles and children's rideable vehicles are a
a hazardous material and must be brought to the annual Household Hazardous Waste Day. For residents of Colrain, Conway, Heath, Montague, Orange, Rowe, Warwick, and Wendell (summer only) there is also the option of disposing of these larger sealed lead acid batteries at their towns' transfer stations; and for Erving residents at the Town Highway Garage.
There may be a disposal fee.

Information on disposal of other types of batteries

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