Batteries and Fuel

The landfill and convenience sites offer special recycling to our citizens for certain household hazardous wastes and universal wastes.

Accepted Batteries:

Citizen Battery Guidelines E-Book

Battery TypeCategoryTaped or BaggedLocation Accepted
Alkaline
AA, AAA, C, D, 9 volt, 21/23 
Dry CellN/ALandfill and Convenience Sites
Rechargeable batteries
Ni-Cd AA, AAA
Dry CellN/ALandfill and Convenience Sites
Nickel Metal Hydride (Ni-MH)Dry CellN/ALandfill and Convenience Sites
Zinc CarbonDry CellN/ALandfill and Convenience Sites
Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Rechargeable batteries, computer/laptop chargers, drill or power tool batteries, small button cell batteries, over 9 Volt
Lithium-IonTerminals must be taped or placed in plastic, Ziploc bag (no grocery bags)Landfill and Convenience Sites
Lead Acid
Car/machine batteries, VRLA, AGM, Gel, Deep Cycle
Lead AcidTape terminals if exposedLandfill and Convenience Sites

Gasoline and Diesel:

You must make appointments to dispose of gasoline and diesel fuel at the landfill. Limits of 5-10 gallons per citizen/customer will be enforced. If citizens have more than the listed amount, we encourage you to wait until the next Household Hazardous Waste collection day.

Call (910) 937-1449 to schedule your appointment.