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Suffolk Household Battery Recycling Drop-Off

Recycle household batteries at drop-off sites in Suffolk.

With the proper precautions, household alkaline batteries can be disposed of directly in your trash bin. But Suffolk residents also can return used household batteries to any of the following sites for recycling at no charge. Batteries accepted at the drop-off sites include AA, C, D, 9 volt, button cell and rechargeable batteries.

Car batteries and large quantities (up to 75 lbs.) of household alkaline batteries should be taken to the city’s Household Hazardous Waste facility at the SPSA Regional landfill

For Suffolk residents only

For small amounts of household batteries:

Morgan Memorial Library—443 W. Washington Street  

Chuckatuck Library—5881 Godwin Blvd.  

North Suffolk Library — 2000 Bennett’s Creek Park Road  

East Suffolk Recreation Center — 138 S. 6th Street  

Farm Fresh — 1401 N. Main Street  

Farm Fresh — 3575 Bridge Road  

Lowe’s — 1216 N. Main Street  

Suffolk Department of Public Works Engineering — 442 W. Washington Street  

Suffolk Police Department Headquarters — 111 Henley Place  

Suffolk Police Department Sector II — 3901 Bridge Road  

Virginia Cooperative Extension Office — 440 Market Street (3rd Floor)        

Hilton Garden Inn – Constance Wharf (Maintenance office) 

For larger amounts (up to 75 pounds):

Household Hazardous Waste Facility,  Regional Landfill – 1 Bob Foeller Drive
Open Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m. to Noon

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