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We are an approved exporter of lead acid batteries. We collect from suppliers across the UK, providing a prompt, safe and legal solution to recycle scrap lead acid batteries.
We work on behalf of a major international manufacturer who recovers the lead from scrap batteries and uses it to produce new automotive batteries.
If you are looking to sell scrap lead acid batteries, our team offers excellent market rates. Get in touch and we can organise prompt and reliable collections of your batteries from across the UK.
Excellent Market Rates
Free, Prompt & Reliable Collections
Highly Professional & Experienced Team
An Innovative Online Trading System
We buy scrap lead acid batteries from scrap metal merchants, ELV operators, battery retailers and waste contractors across the UK. All batteries pass through our network of packing hubs, where we carry out stringent quality control checks before exporting the batteries to European smelters.
We offer competitive prices, prompt and reliable nationwide collections and an innovative online trading system that suppliers and customers can access from anywhere in the world. If you are looking to sell scrap car batteries, get in touch with our professional battery trading team to discuss our service.
We collect batteries from across the UK
The batteries are sent to one of our strategically located hubs
This maintains our competitive rates and reduces our carbon footprint
The batteries are packed for export after stringent quality control checks
The batteries are exported under the transfrontier shipment (TFS) regulations to European smelters
The lead is recovered and used in the manufacture of new automotive batteries
Find out more about our battery trading service and why you should recycle scrap lead acid batteries with our team. You can use the contact form by clicking the link below or call us on 0845 129 7177. Alternatively, if you would like to book a collection please use the ‘book a collection’ button below.
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