The City of New Braunfels does not provide a recycling collection or hazardous collection for any type of battery. Check local retailers, or use your preferred search engine to find local options for battery recycling.
Mercury has been phased out of these batteries so they can be disposed of in the landfill. However, they do contain metals that can be recovered if recycled properly.
These button batteries are often found in watches. These batteries contain mercury and should not be disposed of in the landfill.
Nickel-Cadmium, Nickel Metal Hydride & Lithium Ion
These batteries can be purchased as a substitute for alkaline manganese batteries but also represent the batteries found in your cell phone, cordless power tools, and other cordless electronic devices.
Lead Acid Batteries
These are the batteries that power engines of cars, boats, etc. They are extremely toxic and must be recycled. Fortunately, many automotive shops accept the old battery when you purchase a new battery.