[Micronet] Fwd: UPS battery recycle / disposal

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[Micronet] Fwd: UPS battery recycle / disposal

Graham Patterson
APC has a web site to print pre-paid return labels for theirs. One of
the reasons I like to get OEM replacements when I can.

Graham

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Subject: [Micronet] UPS battery recycle / disposal
Date: Mon, 23 May 2011 13:02:49 -0700
From: Bruce Satow  <[hidden email]>
To: Micronet List <[hidden email]>

Does anyone know if there is a campus UPS battery drop off location?
The batteries that we replaced in our UPS didn't have a return shipping
label and there are two battery units about 35 to 40 pounds each.
Website says we can take it to Staples for a $10 fee, but not sure if
they mean this size.  The other location will only take sealed lead
batteries up to 25 lbs.  Will excess and salvage take this as well?



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Bruce Satow
University of California at Berkeley
Space Sciences Laboratory
7 Gauss Way
Berkeley, California 94720-7450
[hidden email]
(510) 643-2348



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