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Beth Buderus's picture
Joined: 08/03/2007
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Household Batteries - Kiefer Landfil

This is going to be really inconvenient now...Household Batteries will now need to be taken to Kiefer Landfill Special Waste Facility.

Our Waste Collection service used to provide that service for us if we placed them in a plastic bag and put on top of our recycle can...they are no longer allowed to do that now.

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Phil Billman's picture
Joined: 07/29/2007
Posts: 118
An Alternative

You can drop them off at Lowe’s, along with plastic bags and fluorescent bulbs.  They have a recycle station as you walk in.  I’ve used both Rancho Cordova and Folsom locations.  No charge.

Bunky Svendsen's picture
Joined: 08/07/2007
Posts: 165
An alternative

I believe Walmart will take batteries as well. Too bad there isnt something local...most will toss them in the garbage if there isnt something convenient:(

Frank Pumilia's picture
Joined: 08/08/2007
Posts: 134

Was at Home Depot in Folsom today.....as you walk in next to Customer Service Desk , there are containers for batteries, floursent tubes as well as plastic bags.

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