Can the waste battery be thrown away with ordinary garbage?

2022/04/08

  Author :Iflowpower – Portable Power Station Supplier

The battery is a chemical reaction in the electrolyte use of the positive and negative electrode material, and chemically can convert chemical energy into electrical energy. The most common is the alkaline battery used by the radio, the remote control; nickel-cadmium batteries such as digital devices such as laptop (now important use without cadmium-containing nickel-hydrogen batteries); a large number of lithium-ion batteries on the phone; battery car, car The lead-acid battery, buttons on the button battery on the electronic equipment. Usually, toxic and harmful used batteries, important refers to the three heavy metals containing cadmium mercury lead in the battery.

These three heavy metallic toxicity are very large, and the time is long, which will enter the human body through the food chain to cause chronic poisoning. However, cadmium, lead only in nickel-cadmium, lead-acid storage battery, toxic and hazardous substances of ordinary dry batteries in the past are mercury. At the end of 1997, the National Nine Committee jointly issued the "Regulations on the Minimal Mercury Contents", which clearly requires mercury content to limit the battery products, first achieve low mercury, and finally achieve mercury.

(Low mercury standard is 0.025% of the mercury content in the battery, and the standard of mercury-free is lower than 0.0001% of the weight of the battery.

) January 1, 2002, it is forbidden to sell higher than low mercury standard batteries in the domestic market; from January 1, 2006, it is forbidden to sell alkaline zinc manganese batteries higher than mercury-free standard. In fact, in 2003, the National Environmental Protection Administration issued the "Waste Battery Pollution Prevention and Treatment Technology Policy" pointed out that under the lack of effective recycling technical economic conditions, it is not encouraged to collect waste batteries that have reached the country's low mercury or mercury-free. (Express October 16, 2013 has been done in detail) that is, 12 years ago, the ordinary dry battery can throw away with domestic garbage.

▼ The three types of batteries are poisonous and unable to lose the environmental protection department, not all batteries can be placed casually, usually, we will still come into contact with some toxic and harmful waste batteries, like a button battery, lead-acid battery (electric car, electric car) The battery on the car), lithium-ion batteries (such as mobile phone laptops and vast majority of rechargeable batteries) These three types of used batteries must be recovered by qualified units. Is there any recycling value? Yesterday we found several manufacturers who recovered waste batteries, called the past, and listened to the regular dry battery, they all said, no collection. Ordinary No.

1 battery we have long been closed, there is no profit at all, but also post money, this business can't do it! One of the manufacturers said. A lot of buttons, rechargeable cells, mobile phone lithium-ion batteries, is to recover. Contact the only company in the province, the company, who is responsible for the environmental protection work, said, although they have been recycling mobile phone waste batteries, they are also promoted in some community streets, with small gifts to change the battery, but recovered mobile phones There are very few batteries, the people have not a habit of receiving the old mobile phone.

Yesterday, a fourth-grade classmate who won blue primary school told me that he found several mobile phone old batteries at home, but my mother didn't let him take. Mr. Chen sighed after listening to this classmate: It is indeed, many people will sell the old mobile phone, or put the old mobile phone at home, if the environment is wet or the temperature is too high, the phone battery's toxic substance May be outflow!.

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