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New Battery Service

Mercury Recycling has launched a new battery recycling service to help companies deal with recent changes to hazardous waste regulations.
The company, which is better known for its lamp recycling service "Lampsafe", said it will recycle all types of batteries "in compliance with all current legislation".

It said it will satisfy client requirements under the standards ISO 9000:2000 and BS EN 14001.

Mercury's managing director Bryan Neill said: "All waste batteries are classified as Hazardous Waste and disposing of them responsibly requires specialist skills and equipment.

"For example, within the broad categories of single use and rechargeable batteries, there are over a dozen different chemistries and these need to be identified and sorted accurately as each battery chemistry requires a different recycling process," Mr Neill added.

Various types of batteries are listed under the European catalogue of hazardous wastes, which was adopted by the UK in July 2005.

Mercury Recycling has said it will tailor its new battery recycling service to meet the needs of each user, reflecting their turnover of batteries, and taking care of all necessary paperwork "to provide a full audit trail and meet the Hazardous Waste Regulations".

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Coronavirus Business Continuity Statement

We would like to reassure all customers during the crisis caused by the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic that we are still accepting requests and are ready to collect your waste Lamps, Batteries and Electronic Items.

We are closely monitoring the crisis and following the guidelines given by the government and the World Health Organisation.

If the situation should change we will post on the Mercury Recycling website (https://www.mercuryrecycling.co.uk) any changes to our operating procedures.

As this crisis has developed we would like to reassure you that our main concern is the health and wellbeing of our staff and customers and with this in mind we have made changes to reduce staff in our offices by allowing staff to work remotely from home and to keep customers fully informed with our waste services.

Mercury Recycling hope that you are all keeping safe and you are not largely affected by the coronavirus outbreak. We would like to thank you for your continued support during these unprecedented times.

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