Announcing Battery Giant of Pittsburgh’s 2016 Earth Day Battery Recycling Challenge

Announcing Battery Giant of Pittsburgh’s 2016 Earth Day Student Battery Recycling Challenge. New student prize this year!  The student that leads a recycling effort that collects the most batteries by weight chooses either a GoPro  Hero 3+ camera or 4 Kennywood tickets!  The other prize goes to the second place student.


Lead the student lead recycling effort that collects the most batteries by weight in our Earth Day Student Battery Recycling Challenge and win a Go Pro Hero 3+ camera!


Each student or parent recycling batteries at Battery Giant in Cranberry from April 1 to Earth Day April 22 also gets to enter their school in a drawing for $300 to be donated to your school. The more students that come and recycle batteries from a school, the better chance a school has of winning.  Any school from preschool through high school can be entered into the drawing. Every student recycling batteries gets a coupon for a free cone from The Meadows Frozen Custard of Cranberry Township  and a coupon from Fun Fore All.


Congratulations to Ditilh Preschool for winning the school prize in 2015!



Congratulations to Teagan Hmel for winning our Student Leadership Award in the Earth Day Battery Recycling Challenge! She won $100 for her school, received by the Haine Elementary PTO in 2105.



1) Visits once a week or with over 100 lb of batteries will earn an entry into the school raffle.

2) Schools may enter directly.  They get 1 entry into the school raffle for every 100 lb of batteries recycled collectively by the school.  Note that if 100 students bring in 1 lb each, you get 100 entries.

3) No purchase necessary to enter.  However, you do have to recycle batteries.

4) We reserve the right to change the rules at any time.

4) Any cosponsors  may place their own restrictions on their recycling incentives.

5) It is ok to recycle multiple times.  But please take coupons from our partners only once.

Please sort all batteries into two bags or containers – non-rechargeable (primary) batteries and rechargeable (secondary) batteries.  Also, please tape the contacts of any batteries over 9 volts with clear tape.


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Cranberry Township, PA 16066

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