The modern household is driven by batteries. Your car needs batteries to get started. Your smartphone needs a battery to keep it running, so does your laptop, iPad and other portable devices. Your electronic gadgets and your wall clock all need these small power packs to keep them going. What happens when a battery dies? You promptly go to the store to get a replacement. Did you ever pause to think what this costs the environment. The dead batteries with a cocktail of deadly chemicals can cause irreparable damage to the soil. They need to be safely disposed off in a responsible manner. Yet, millions of cells and batteries end up in landfills. If you could repair and reuse your battery would you do it? Many would. The cost savings is substantial and it is also better for the environment.
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