Household Battery Recycling

How to Recycle Batteries
Did you know that household batteries contain mercury? While a useful element, mercury is a toxic metal and all household batteries should be properly disposed of as hazardous waste or recycled. This includes all AAA, AA, C, D, button cell, 9 Volt, rechargeable and single-use batteries.

Household batteries may be recycled in Morgan Hill's curbside recycling program. Batteries should be placed in a zippered plastic bag and placed on top of your recycling cart. No automotive batteries will be accepted.

Battery Collection Centers
These local merchants have also volunteered to become household battery collection centers: We applaud these local merchants for stepping forward to serve the community by making battery recycling convenient. For a complete list of household battery drop-off locations, click here. For more information on local efforts to reduce the release of mercury in the environment, visit the County of Santa Clara's Household Hazardous Waste Program.