Recycling and the permanent protection of the environment
Since batteries and rechargeable batteries are electronic products and not common household waste, it is imperative that they are properly recycled and thus the environment be continuously protected. Observing proper recycling also leads to the reduction of secondary raw materials waste.
Any recycling, including the recycling of batteries, is a demanding but necessary process. The main added value of recycling is the protection of the environment and health, but beyond this fact, the recycling of batteries also provides significant energy and primary raw materials savings.
Not only will you find the graphic symbol of the crossed-out trashcan on TESLA batteries directly, but also on their packaging. This symbol indicates that the battery should not be disposed of in a trash can, garbage can or container with household municipal waste. Throwing batteries in the collection containers intended for municipal waste, or into the wild, is strictly prohibited.