HAPPY NATIONAL BATTERY DAY!

Recharge, Reuse, Reduce, Recycle.
February 18th
marks National Battery Day, an annual awareness day that drives consumer engagement and education of battery use and recycling. Rechargeable batteries can be recharged up to one thousand times, making it not only cost-effective, but also a great way to minimize the amount of waste we generate. While there are billions of batteries thrown into landfills each year, we can greatly reduce the amount of waste by using rechargeable batteries for our electronic devices at home and at work.

Visit our website now to see our National Battery Day Sale and SAVE EVEN MORE!

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Our Battery Recycling Efforts
We are a proud memeber of the Call2Recycle Steward Program to help recycle batteries at our headquarters office in Tustin, California. Recycling helps protect our natural resources, reduce landfills, conserve energy, reduce water and air pollution, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions that cause global warming.

Call2Recycle is the North American first and largest consumer battery recycling and steward program who has more than 25,000 active collection sites across USA and Canada. By partnering with Call2Recycle, we are committed to environmental sustainability and meet or exceed the recycling standards for the safe recycling and management of batteries.

Collect your old household batteries and take them to a Call2Recycle drop-off location near you. You can also drop off your batteries at Maha Energy Headquarters office or visit participating retail partners like The Home Depot and Lowe’s, which accept batteries and cellphones. Recharge, Reuse, Reduce, Recycle. Spread the word about National Battery Day and let’s work together to reduce battery waste!

To learn more about safe battery handling, management and recycling, please visit Call2Recycle.

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