The mantra “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” is more than a way of life or business; for GP Batteries, it’s a promise. In 2020, we delivered on that promise and became the first in the battery industry to receive UL’s Zero Waste to Landfill Silver Validation (ZWTL) for our two battery manufacturing plants in ASEAN, and a NiMH battery manufacturing plant in Greater China.
Rechargeable batteries are fast becoming the dominant type of battery thanks to their eco-friendly reusability</strong>, significant cost savings over repeated use, safety and reliability. As saving the environment becomes an ever more urgent issue, their popularity is only set to increase—and with all the technological strides made in rechargeable batteries in recent years, there’s no reason not to make the switch.
A Complete Guide to Batteries: How to Choose, Use and Dispose A Breakdown of Battery Types, Battery Maintenance and Disposal Safety What is a battery? A battery is a store of chemical energy that can be easily inserted and removed from electronic devices, instantly providing the power needed to accomplish a task.