Thinking Green for Household, Hearing Aid and Implant Batteries: Collection, Safe Disposal and Recycling
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Hearing Health Foundation
We all want to be good stewards of Planet Earth, right? And wouldn't we like to save some of the other kind of green too—the kind that doesn't grow on trees? Hearing aid and cochlear implant users can get greener both ways by making wise battery choices. Rechargeable batteries, which normally can be recharged hundreds of times before they ultimately run out of juice, promote both environmental and monetary green. Regardless of which batteries we use, when its time to dispose of and recycle batteries to have a little impact on the environment as possible.
Communication Sciences and Disorders | Medicine and Health Sciences | Speech and Hearing Science | Speech Pathology and Audiology
audiology, batteries, disposal, environmental impact, hearing aids, hearing loss, rechargeable batteries, recycling
Nicholson, Nannette and Taylor, Dawn, "Thinking Green for Household, Hearing Aid and Implant Batteries: Collection, Safe Disposal and Recycling" (2009). Department of Audiology Faculty Articles. 86.