Do you know what to do with the batteries in them when they're worn out?
Downtown/South Salem:Fred Meyer - 3450 Commercial St. SERite Aid - 423 Liberty St. NERite Aid - 4500 Commercial St. SEWalgreens - 4380 Commercial St. SE
Keizer/North Salem:Batteries Northwest 2725 Portland Rd. NE Fred Meyer North - 2855 NE BroadwayRite Aid - 5452 River Rd. N.Walgreens - 5000 River Rd. N.
Silverton:Rite Aid - 333 Westfield St.Wilco - 734 McClaine St.
Stayton:Ace Hardware - 1630 N. First Ave.Bi Mart - 1701 Shaff Rd.
Woodburn: North Marion County Disposal Facility (17827 Whitney Lane)Mehama:True Value Hardware - 11267 Grove St.
AAA to D size consumer batteries (both alkaline and "heavy duty")
9-volt batteries (like that used in smoke alarms)
Large "lantern" batteries (6 volt - 9 volt)
Button batteries (typically used in watches and cameras)
Rechargeable batteries and battery packs- (NiCad, NiMH, or Lithium Ion (typically used in laptop computers, cellular phones, etc.)
NO car batteries or other lead-acid batteries please!