Battery recycling might not be at the top of everyone’s list but it certainly should be. On average, every household in the United States has a minimum of least 10 batteries lurking in every corner. At least 8 of these batteries are thrown out on a yearly basis. This may not sound like much but if you consider the fact that this leads to around 3 billion dry cell batteries being purchased around the country every year, it makes sense that some form of reusing or recycling needs to take place.
Light bulb recycling is a lesser known recycling service. Most people are well-aware of other recyclable materials, such as paper, plastic, glass, aluminum, tin, and even electronic devices and gadgets. However, light bulb recycling is very important to the environment as well.