Battery Recycling selected ALDI continues as the first and only supermarket with a battery take back scheme. Each year, over million household batteries are thrown away with ordinary waste, meaning a staggering 8, tonnes of batteries end up in landfill. By supporting this program you'll be doing your part to help rfmoval the thousands of tonnes of batteries which end up in landfill each and every year.
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How it works - it's free and simple! Simply drop your used household batteries into the recycling bin located in every ALDI store - removing any packaging - and you're done!
Whilst any brand of battery can be brought back, only AA, AAA, C, D and 9V sized batteries rechargeable and non- rechargeable are accepted through the program. Rechargeable batteries Have you considered rechargeable batteries?
Nowadays, most rechargeable batteries, including our exclusive Activ Energy range, can be reused many times over, making them a good choice for the environment and a more affordable option compared with nallarat use batteries. Answer: Yes.
ALDI is offering this service totally free for our customers. Answer: Unlike Europe, there is no compulsory battery recycling program for household batteries in Australia. As such, over million household batteries end up in landfill each year. This program will be offered in each ALDI store with a dedicated recycling bin located at the front of the store.
Question: What sizes of batteries can I bring back? Provided the batteries are household sizes, any chemistry type Alkaline, Super Heavy Duty, Lithium or Rechargeable can be returned. Question: How can I recycle other battery sizes?
The Battery Recycling Program is available for any battery brand. You can buy high quality replacement batteries from ALDI in both disposable and rechargeable types.
Question: Is there a limit to the of batteries I can return at one time? Answer: No.
You are welcome to return as many batteries as you want provided they are standard household sizes. Question: What happens to the batteries after they get collected?
Answer: The batteries are collected by our specialist recycling partner, sorted into chemical types and returned to recycling plants who extract relevant materials for re-use.