Recycling Partners


Rechargeable Batteries

Sealed rechargeable batteries contain heavy metals such as Nickel and Cadmium. Disposing of these incorrectly can have severe environmental and health-related consequences. When possible, we recondition and return used batteries to service, but when this is not possible, we partner with the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) to ensure correct and safe disposal.

The RBRC is a non-profit, public service organization dedicated to rechargeable battery recycling. Founded by the rechargeable battery industry in 1994, RBRC’s mission is to promote the recycling of used rechargeable batteries, found in many cordless electronic consumer products such as, cellular and cordless phones, laptop computers, cordless power tools, camcorders, and two-way radios. In pursuit of its mission, RBRC also collects old cell phones. RBRC's public education campaign and rechargeable battery and cell phone recycling program – Call2Recycle™ – is the result of the industry's determination to conserve natural resources and prevent rechargeable batteries from entering the solid waste stream.


Electronic Scrap


Environmental Light Recyclers (ELR) offers nationwide recycling solutions for the protection of our environment. They are our partner of choice to provide management services to handle the dangerous toxic materials and residues from spent products.


ELR was founded on January 6, 1995 as the only fluorescent lamp recycling facility in Texas and the surrounding region. Since that time, the company has continually expanded its services, service area, transportation and materials processing capabilities and is now certified to process multiple types of electronic scrap.


ELR is approved to operate per recycling exemptions granted under provisions of 40 Code of Federal Regulations part 261 and Texas Administrative Code 30, section 335.