Battery Giant to Continue Focus on Green Battery Recycling Efforts

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Battery Giant Franchise, LLC announces its commitment to continue their focus on enhancing the company's green battery recycling efforts in 2012, encouraging businesses and consumers to make green business and environmental sustainability a priority in the year ahead.

Greg Danziger, President and Kurt Smith, CEO

Greg Danziger, President and Kurt Smith, CEO

"Battery Giant is committed to grow the percent of batteries recycled in the appropriate ways through strategic partnerships that accept our green approach to the battery business", states Greg Danziger, President of Battery Giant.

Entering its fourth year in business, Battery Giant Franchise, LLC announces its commitment to continue their focus on enhancing the company’s green battery recycling efforts in 2012. "Battery Giant is committed to grow the percent of batteries recycled in the appropriate ways through its strategic relationship with East Penn Manufacturing and partnering with franchisees that accept our green approach to the battery business as we expand our presence throughout the country,” states Greg Danziger, President of Battery Giant.

Currently through its eleven locations in five states and its affiliate company, Battery Giant recycles approximately one million pounds of lead through battery parts annually. The company also has a relationship with Call2Recycle, a program that recycles rechargeable batteries and cell phones throughout North America. The program provides collection boxes to Battery Giant store locations for drop off of old batteries, encouraging consumers and businesses to participate in green business and environmental sustainability efforts.

A core aspect and key objective to Battery Giant’s mission is their environmentally friendly battery recycling efforts. Batteries collected for recycling through the Call2Recycle program are delivered to the recycling facility. The facility recovers precious metals from the old batteries and new batteries and stainless steel products are developed. Cell phones are either refurbished and resold, or recycled. None of the recycled battery material ever sees a landfill. Battery Giant will continue to promote green battery recycling as one of their top priorities in the year ahead.
About Battery Giant

Headquartered in Sterling Heights, Michigan, the company currently operates eleven franchised retail locations in Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Arizona, and Florida. They carry a wide range of replacement batteries and battery products, plus offer an energizing opportunity for franchise ownership in the ever- expanding battery market. With a focus on the environment, Battery Giant helps consumers recycle their rechargeable batteries and old cell phones by conveniently offering free recycling at each of their franchise store locations. They are proud to provide their customers with the most innovative, efficient, and knowledgeable solutions available along with friendly customer service.

For more information about Battery Giant, battery recycling, green power solutions, or franchise opportunities visit their website at http://www.batterygiant.com, or contact Greg Danziger, President at 586-446-9502, ext. 243.

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