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    AgO batteries have a marking in the 3** series 301-399 its on the battery hearing aide, watch, medical device, camera flash just for some ideas on where to look

    I have a list of most manufactures and part numbers for these batteries.



    I also will update my thread for prices on these too.

    Eric
    I buy Tantalum Capacitors and offer other services. Check out my thread for more info.

    http://www.scrapmetalforum.com/scrap...-cap-more.html

    http://recycletantalumcapacitors.com/

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    Looks like we have some more buyers since I firsted posted this!

    Any more luck with finding a buyer for these?
    Alkaline - No buyer, add to steel
    Silver Oxide - Yes
    Lithium Ion - Yes, buyers!
    Lithium PILE - ? These are rechargable ones from cameras.
    Lithium button Batteries - No? ?
    NI MH - Yes
    NI Cad - Yes

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    Any of the small flashlight, etc. style batteries drop off at your nearest VA facility, my local hospital has a recycling box there sponsored by Rayovac I think.

    Has anyone checked any of these operations out? Just Googled it and this is what came up.

    http://us.yhs4.search.yahoo.com/yhs/...tery+recycling
    P & M Recycling - Specializing in E-Waste Recycling.
    If you enjoy your freedom, thank a vet.

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    I just skimmed thru the old posts since this thread popped up. ScrapYaHerd, if your batteries are all dumped in a coffee can, there's a very good chance many of them are short circuited. All it takes is two batteries or a battery and the side of your coffee can to create a circuit. And the current plus dissimilar metals could be causing some interesting chemistry experiment to occur inside the can.

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    Only a matter of time until there's a large enough supply and when it becomes cheaper to refine it than mine it.

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    Going to drop off at Lowe's 4.5 lbs Ni Cd, 2.5 lbs Ni Mh, 1/2 lb lithium button, 1/2 lb Lithium pile batts. Got too much stuff I am saving for when prices get better or when there is a buyer. Did not want to add these in with the shred, as not alakine and should be recycled!

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    I would like to learn more about silver oxide batteries. can anybody post pics. so I know what to look for and maybe some markings. I look at all my batteries because I can sell some of them but have never seen any that says silver oxide on them. Thanx for any help with this.

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    I have a list of them part numbers and makers PM me and I will send it to you. I also buy them.

    Eric

    I have reconsidered not posting this list. This is the direct link to my Google Drive for the PDF.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7a...it?usp=sharing

    Hope this helps some people.
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    I just use it for my hat light...those things are like $5 for two. My hat takes 4 so I save $10. yay! lol

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    Well as the price for lithium ion cell batteries being so low I am dropping them off at lowes with there battery collection
    Better than the dump!

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