We dedicate this post to all the wonderful people we meet through our battery business, and on this blog. We hope you have a truly Happy New Year this 2018
The most important letter in recycling was the capital ‘R’ for ‘recycling’ until a few years ago. However, now other letters are being considered important as well.
As we approach Christmas and the holidays, we should remember to treat electricity with care. This is especially important at this time
Yesterday 17 December 2017 turned out different for the residents of a low-rise apartment block in Indianapolis. Because around 9 a.m. a women noticed smoke
Lithium Batteries have not always had the best of times in recent years. Remember the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco? And the Boeing Dreamliner that might have caught alight?
If it looks too good to be true on the internet, it just might actually be too good to be true. That said, there are many honest dealers offering exceptional value out there.
The U.S. Fire Administration says we are more at risk of home fires in winter season. We cook elaborate holiday meals, set out our Christmas decorations, and turn on heaters
We are beginning to discover that not everything on social media is as reliable as a fresh-charged battery. Thus, we are sad to report some posts have dubious motives
An article on an Australian website caught our eye, and it told a story we believe is worth retelling. A laptop owner in Melbourne, Australia purchased an aftermarket battery
Queensland, Australia Fire and Emergency Services attended to 64 fires relating to solar panels since January 2015. The rate is rising