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 May 6, 2005
Battery Disposal with AAA
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AAA Southern New England is calling for used car batteries to be recycled on this Earth Day, Saturday April 23rd. They'll take your old batteries to a recycling center, which will make new batteries from them. AAA will donate $2 to Earth Day programs for every battery turned in.

If you do turn in your battery, be careful; AAA recommends you wear gloves and safety glasses. Make sure to keep the battery upright, and transport it in a cardboard box or plastic container.

You can drop off the batteries from 9 AM to 1 PM this Saturday at these locations:

  • AAA Headquarters, 110 Royal Little Drive, Providence
  • AAA, 1035 Reservoir Ave, Cranston
  • AAA, 405 Washington St, South Attleboro
  • Newport Tire, 154 Connell Highway, Newport
  • Mulzer Car Care, 591 Boston Neck Road, North Kingstown
  • Sullivan Tire, 456 Rodman St, Fall River
  • Sullivan Tire, 36 George Leven Drive, North Attleboro
  • Sullivan Tire, 1102 Jefferson Boulevard, Warwick
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