ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE BATTERY DISPOSAL
The following toxic and corrosive
materials are in the batteries used in this
Lithium-Ion, a toxic material.
All toxic materials must be
disposed of in a specified manner to prevent
contamination of the environment. Before
disposing of damaged or worn out Lithium-
Ion battery packs, contact your local waste
disposal agency, or the local Environmental
Protection Agency for information and specific
If the battery pack cracks
or breaks, with or without leaks, do not
recharge it and do not use. Dispose of it and
replace with a new battery pack.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPAIR IT!
To avoid injury and risk of fire, explosion, or
electric shock, and to avoid damage to the
■ Cover the battery terminals with heavy-duty
■ DO NOT attempt to remove or destroy any
of the battery pack components.
■ DO NOT attempt to open the battery pack.
■ If a leak develops, the released electrolytes
are corrosive and toxic. DO NOT get the
solution in the eyes or on skin, and do not
■ DO NOT place these batteries in your
regular household trash.
■ DO NOT incinerate.
■ DO NOT place batteries where they will
become part of any waste landfill or municipal
solid waste stream.
■ Take batteries to a certified recycling or
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