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Lithium Disposal

How do you dispose of packs?

What is there is a fire?

As you can see,  lithium cells/packs can be very dangerous. Just throwing them in the rubbish is not safe enough

 

1. ask your local battery retailer if they will take your old batteries and recycle them

2. lower the voltage of the pack by loading it all the way down below 1.5V, then soak the packs in salt water for 2 - 3 days

3. Many metal recycling firms will be willing to take them too

 

 

Do not add water.  Lithium reacts with water and you would just end up making things worse.

Best idea is to starve the flames of oxygen by:

 

1. covering with dirt

2. using an extinguisher that retards flames by removing oxygen  eg CO2 based

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