Health & Safety

Our commitment to safety, and to deliver a sustainable solution to battery recycling means that we are
constantly looking at new and innovative ways to ensure our recycling processes are leading edge.
Ecobatt Energy recognises that it has responsibilities for:
– The provision and maintenance of safe equipment along with safe systems of work.
– The safe handling, storage and transportation of components and substances.
– The provision of information, instruction, training and supervision.
– The maintenance of a safe and healthy workplace and access to and from it.
– The provision of a safe and healthy working environment, adequate welfare facilities, and appropriate health surveillance Hazardous symbol definitions.

-> Risk of explosion due to possible build up of hydrogen gases. Batteries must be able to vent.
-> Risk of explosion due to possible build up of hydrogen gases. Batteries must be able to vent.
-> Risk of explosion due to possible build up of hydrogen gases. Batteries must be able to vent.
-> Risk of explosion due to possible build up of hydrogen gases. Batteries must be able to vent.
-> Risk of explosion due to possible build up of hydrogen gases. Batteries must be able to vent.
-> Risk of explosion due to possible build up of hydrogen gases. Batteries must be able to vent.

Our commitment to safety, and to deliver a sustainable solution to battery recycling means that we are
constantly looking at new and innovative ways to ensure our recycling processes are leading edge.
Ecobatt Energy recognises that it has responsibilities for:
– The provision and maintenance of safe equipment along with safe systems of work.
– The safe handling, storage and transportation of components and substances.
– The provision of information, instruction, training and supervision.
– The maintenance of a safe and healthy workplace and access to and from it.
– The provision of a safe and healthy working environment, adequate welfare facilities, and appropriate health surveillance Hazardous symbol definitions.


-> Risk of explosion due to possible build up of hydrogen gases. Batteries must be able to vent.

-> Do not smoke or introduce naked flames near to any battery. This can cause ignition of hydrogen
gases.

-> Always wear eye protection when charging or testing batteries.

-> Batteries contain sulphuric acid (H2SO4) which is corrosive to most materials.

->Old batteries should not be returned to land fill but must be disposed of at licensed recyclers.

-> Lead Acid batteries are 100% recyclable.

-> Batteries contain lead, and lead compounds which are poisonous.
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-> Keep batteries away from children. Lead acid batteries are a hazard and can be harmful.
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-> Read all information provided. Coshh sheets are available for all products.