Lithium and Lithium-ion batteries can be found in rechargeable tools, cell phones, electronic devices, laptops, vapes and more.
To keep your family and home safe, it is important to know proper disposal of Lithium batteries. These batteries can swell, catch fire, and even explode. Lithium batteries are at a greater risk for fires than alkaline batteries. Swollen or defective Lithium batteries are at an increased fire risk.
Replace the battery if it becomes damaged.
Keep batteries out of high temperature areas.
Do not overcharge batteries, including cell phones and laptops. Once it has reached maximum charge, unplug the device from the charger.