As companies such as Tesla continue to roll out some of the most innovative electric vehicle designs the automobile industry has ever seen, some people are concerned a increase in electric car sales will result in a new environmental issue.
California states that single-use alkaline batteries are not allowed to be thrown in the normal trash regardless of what Duracell or Energizer say on their company websites about it being okay. So how do you dispose of single-use batteries in California?
We live in a wireless world that runs on batteries, most of which contain toxic metals that can be extremely harmful to the environment. Only a very small percentage of alkaline batteries get recycled after use. At least for the …