Environmentally speaking of course...
I want to thank you personally for being truly considerate to Mother Earth. We all need to step up to the plate and do a much better job. This is a world wide dilemma and has to be address that way. I did some research for you at managemylife.com and found an expert answer to a similar question that may assist you until your expert can respond. I have attached the link below.
Some questions we answer because we're experts but some we answer because we like the question and we want to know the answer.You don't mention what kind of battery you have. Rechargeable are easier to dispose of then regular dry cell "household" batteries. Take the rechargeable batteries to any of the participating retailers. You can call the consumer helpline, 1-800-8-BATTERY, to find the retail collection site nearest you.Regular household batteries that are not recyclable will end up in the trash. If you wish to find more detailed information then check the following web site; Environment, Health and Safety Online .Thanks for the great question and I hope this information was helpful to you. .
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