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Where to recycle batteries?

Alkaline/Single-Use Batteries, Rechargeable Batteries, e-Mobility Batteries

Where to Recycle Batteries?

Recycling Batteries saves resources
and the environment.

Alkaline/Single-Use Batteries, Rechargeable Batteries and e-Mobility Batteries

When household batteries are no longer useable. Remember that recycling them is the safest and the most responsible thing you can do.

Batteries thrown in the trash or recycling bin can spark and potentially cause a fire. Batteries that end up in our landfills can be harmful to wildlife and the environment.

When you have used batteries. Safely collect and store them at home until you’re ready to take them to a drop-off location for recycling.


Find a battery recycling drop-off
location in Regina

There are 28 locations in Regina to recycle batteries.

Batteries that end up in landfills can leak toxic materials.
Contaminating the environment and affecting wildlife.

Where can I recycle batteries in Regina

Batteries can and should be recycled.

  • Battery recycling keeps harmful materials out of landfill 
    Used batteries that end up in your community’s landfill can contain toxic materials that may harm wildlife and the environment.
  • Battery recycling helps keep people and property safe
    Responsible battery recycling practices ensure batteries are handled in a way that reduces potential fire hazards.
  • Battery recycling supports sustainability
    Materials reclaimed from recycled batteries can be used to make new products.





When you find dead batteries or replace batteries at their end-of-life, collect them in a non-metal container.

Avoid placing loose batteries in drawers or containers that contain other metal objects such as coins, paper clips or screws.

Use a non-metal container to collect your batteries, such as an old yogurt container, milk jug or plastic storage bin.


  • Store your container of batteries in a cool, dry place. Room temperature is fine, but avoid direct sunlight or extreme heat.
  • Some batteries pose a risk of sparking if they rub against other batteries, metals or potentially flammable materials. This could result in fires, personal injury or other damage.
  • Reduce the risk of sparks by protecting the terminals of lithium, small sealed lead acid (SSLA), alkaline over 12V, and button/coin cell batteries using one of these options:

How to recycle batteries

Tape the Terminals

Cover the terminals* with clear packing tape, duct tape or electrical tape

Where to Recycle Batteries Regina

Bag & Seal

Place each battery in a clear, sealable / zipped bag. Zip-seal or produce bags recommended.




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