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    NIMH Batteries

    Anybody know a buyer for NIMH batteries? Mario (ewasted) was buying them, but he is not answering my emails. I think I pissed him off. Mario if ya reading, Im sorry. PlEASE answer me! I have a crap toon of them from old medical equipment. I'm only getting 25% rest going to charity. So need a good price. Thanks



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    There are some buyers paying about 55 cents a pound. PM me for some suggestions. Remember you will need to tape the batteries.

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    I also have been looking for a buyer of Ni-mh and Ni-cd batteries mostly out of hand held telephones. The land line type not cellphones. I could send samples if someone is intrested.

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    Me too! Ni-mh and Mi-cd! And Lithium as well...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ROKrecycling View Post
    There are some buyers paying about 55 cents a pound. PM me for some suggestions. Remember you will need to tape the batteries.
    When you tape them to ship them, do you just tape the positive ends? What about the button ones?

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    Just put a piece of tape over the contacts. The ones I get have a little wire that plugs into the phone. Someone should buy these batteries, it looks like they would do a good business just off this forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happyscraper View Post
    I also have been looking for a buyer of Ni-mh and Ni-cd batteries mostly out of hand held telephones. The land line type not cellphones. I could send samples if someone is intrested.

    Ad me as a third that would like to know who buys'm. I got hand held telephones out the ying yang...ha.

    sirscrapalot - I used ying yang in a sentence today...

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    I'd like to see some buyers prices also

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    I was told any price was 8c a lb on nimh. If that true, the bastards going in the shred for 13c a lb..LOL!

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    There is a few buyers on this forum for ni Batteries. Look in buyers section they even Post prices. Problem is Making a profit after paying to Ship it to them. Id call every scrapyard in your Town and ask them. I Found one where i live. 0.15 # But thats more profit Than shipping them unless a buyer pays over say .50 # and unless shipping isnt Far or you have a Pallet of them and get Freight shipping.
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    ozzy214 what did you find out on these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobo finds View Post
    ozzy214 what did you find out on these?
    Ewasted is giving me 45c a lb. And since Im working on my second load/trip this month, its worth to run them.

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    That's 45c a lb for NiMH batteries?

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    Quote Originally Posted by numbers View Post
    That's 45c a lb for NiMH batteries?
    Yes sir!! Unless Mario changed something in the last week. Just was there on the 19th. And I got 300 lbs for him this load. When Im ready to roll!

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    anybody buying alkaline batteries yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by happyisthealero View Post
    anybody buying alkaline batteries yet?
    Shred food my son, just like nicads!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzy214 View Post
    Shred food my son, just like nicads!

    So... is that an answer? Anybody else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by happyisthealero View Post
    So... is that an answer? Anybody else?
    That's what I do it with em'. They stick to a magnet so they classify them as shred around me.
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    But its Alkaline


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