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Battery Recycling

Salisbury University’s Recycling Program collects and recycles a variety of batteries to keep them out of landfills. These include carbon zinc (regular), alkaline, lithium cadmium, nickel and rechargeable batteries.

Smaller batteries, ranging from button cells to 9-volt, are collected in specially marked repurposed plastic coffee containers that have distributed across the campus. Pickup of larger batteries, battery packs or quantities, may be arranged by calling the Recycling Program Office at 410-543-6283.

Pickup of lead acid or “wet” and gel batteries may be scheduled by calling the Environmental Safety Office at 410-546-6485.

Battery Recycling Locations

  • Admissions House: administrative office
  • Alumni House: kitchen
  • Bateman Street Building: front door
  • Bosserman Center for Conflict Resolution: kitchen
  • Camden House: foyer
  • Center for International Education: kitchen
  • Commons: Room 203, Bookstore, main kitchen, mailroom
  • Conway Hall: Rooms 186C, 213B, 254A, 278V, 301G, 327, 334, 353B, 379W
  • Division Street Building: office
  • Devilbiss Hall: Rooms 240, 312E
  • East Campus Complex: University Police dispatch office, Eastern Shore Child Care Resource Center Room 502, PAC 14 Room 134
  • Environmental Studies House: kitchen
  • Foundation Center: kitchen
  • Fulton Hall: Music, Theatre and Dance Department office, Bobbi Biron Theatre workshop
  • Gallery 303: kitchen
  • Guerrieri Student Union: Information Desk, Rooms 233, 249
  • Henson Medical Simulation Center: administrative office
  • Henson Science Hall: Rooms 161, 146, 125, 303
  • Holloway Hall: Rooms 100, 271, 309A, 338, 339, 347
  • Honors Center: kitchen
  • Indoor Tennis Center: front desk
  • Maggs Physical Activities Center: Rooms 133, 146, 232
  • Maintenance Building: Room 120
  • Perdue Hall: administrative offices
  • Philosophy House: kitchen
  • Scarborough Student Leadership Center: administrative office
  • Support Services Building: lobby
  • University Analysis, Research and Assessment: kitchen
  • University Fitness Club: front desk