Comments on: Time to Charge Up Your Batteries! http://blog.oceanconservancy.org/2012/10/19/time-to-charge-up-your-batteries/ News, opinions, photos and facts from Ocean Conservancy Tue, 12 Aug 2014 11:07:47 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.4.2 By: Robert Thornton Odds http://blog.oceanconservancy.org/2012/10/19/time-to-charge-up-your-batteries/#comment-1063 Robert Thornton Odds Tue, 14 May 2013 10:54:02 +0000 http://blog.oceanconservancy.org/?p=2665#comment-1063 I really appreciate your share. I am finding it these days. How useful information! You make our life better and more beautiful. Thank you. See you again. I really appreciate your share. I am finding it these days. How useful information! You make our life better and more beautiful. Thank you. See you again.

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By: lawyer http://blog.oceanconservancy.org/2012/10/19/time-to-charge-up-your-batteries/#comment-620 lawyer Thu, 10 Jan 2013 18:03:21 +0000 http://blog.oceanconservancy.org/?p=2665#comment-620 I haven't any word to appreciate this post.....Really i am impressed from this post....the person who create this post it was a great human..thanks for shared this with us. I haven’t any word to appreciate this post…..Really i am impressed from this post….the person who create this post it was a great human..thanks for shared this with us.

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By: joeyde819 http://blog.oceanconservancy.org/2012/10/19/time-to-charge-up-your-batteries/#comment-617 joeyde819 Tue, 08 Jan 2013 22:20:21 +0000 http://blog.oceanconservancy.org/?p=2665#comment-617 @Marine Hardware  @joeyde819 Finally...someone is listening.....My local scrap yard realized the potential and is now making a small fortune on the alkaline's, interesting though it has to be profitable for people to take notice. Hey but at least I now have a place to take them to. And as a side note my kids and I get paid inreturn 8 cents a pound.  They buy it as steel so I cant argue. at least I found a home for them and not the ocean or just burying them. @Marine Hardware  @joeyde819 Finally…someone is listening…..My local scrap yard realized the potential and is now making a small fortune on the alkaline’s, interesting though it has to be profitable for people to take notice. Hey but at least I now have a place to take them to. And as a side note my kids and I get paid inreturn 8 cents a pound.  They buy it as steel so I cant argue. at least I found a home for them and not the ocean or just burying them.

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By: Marine Hardware http://blog.oceanconservancy.org/2012/10/19/time-to-charge-up-your-batteries/#comment-616 Marine Hardware Tue, 08 Jan 2013 21:52:12 +0000 http://blog.oceanconservancy.org/?p=2665#comment-616 @joeyde819 I agree with u @joeyde819 I agree with u

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By: joeyde819 http://blog.oceanconservancy.org/2012/10/19/time-to-charge-up-your-batteries/#comment-487 joeyde819 Wed, 24 Oct 2012 00:44:03 +0000 http://blog.oceanconservancy.org/?p=2665#comment-487 my kids and I collected used alkaline batteries from our neighbors for a year and a half we filled 13 one gallon milk containers.  It then took us 6 months to find a place to recycle them correctly.  All we hear is they are alkaline the are safe to throw in the trash.  One our our local scrap yards take them alon with car batteries etc... and are then sold off for the metals, lead, nickel, cadium etcc..... why make it hard to recycle something that is all heavy meatls and not collect and bury them in the desert in 5 gallon drums......and answers for me would be great......the only way to save the ocean and the earth is across the board recycling availability in all states and do the actual recycling on us soil so it dosent get shipped out and dumped by these other countries.... my kids and I collected used alkaline batteries from our neighbors for a year and a half we filled 13 one gallon milk containers.  It then took us 6 months to find a place to recycle them correctly.  All we hear is they are alkaline the are safe to throw in the trash.  One our our local scrap yards take them alon with car batteries etc… and are then sold off for the metals, lead, nickel, cadium etcc….. why make it hard to recycle something that is all heavy meatls and not collect and bury them in the desert in 5 gallon drums……and answers for me would be great……the only way to save the ocean and the earth is across the board recycling availability in all states and do the actual recycling on us soil so it dosent get shipped out and dumped by these other countries….

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