What batteries
can be B-cycled?

B-cycle your regular household batteries and more

Rescue these dead batteries from the bottom drawer. It’s time to give them new life with B‑cycle.

Regular AA & other sizes

Standard size handheld batteries used to power household items including AA, AAA, C, D, 9V, 6V lantern etc

Button batteries

Small coin-sized batteries used to power devices such as hearing aids, remote controls, watches etc

Rechargeable batteries

Standard size handheld rechargeable batteries of all chemistry types

Easily removable batteries

Batteries in products that can be removed by the consumer such as power tools, e‑bikes, digital cameras

These batteries can’t be B‑cycled. Scroll over the tiles below to find out where you can recycle these batteries.

Mobile phone batteries

Find your nearest MobileMuster Drop off point.

Laptop or TV batteries

Find your nearest NTCRS Drop off point.

Lead acid batteries

Find a used lead acid battery recycler at ABRI.

Exit lighting

Find your nearest ExitCycle Drop off point.

What’s next?

B‑cycle is working with industry to determine what’s next. If your organisation works in one of these growing areas, reach out to see how you can get involved, at contact@bcycle.com.au

Electric vehicle batteries

Work with us to develop stewardship for the thousands of used EV batteries to come.

Residential energy storage

Work with us to recover valuable battery minerals, and power homes into the future.

Large scale grid energy

Reusing these battery minerals creates the circularity we need to power Australia.

Embedded batteries

Power your next product by recovering embedded batteries.