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Mark Peters : February 3th 2015 - 08:35 CET

Energizer AA Battery made with Recycled Batteries


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EnergizerEnergizer Eco Advanced battery made with recycled batteries : Energizer is once again leading the battery industry with its latest innovation, Energizer EcoAdvanced, the world’s first AA battery made with 4% recycled batteries. Eco Advanced is Energizer’s highest performing alkaline battery and powers consumers’ most critical devices while creating less impact on the planet. Energizer is committed to bringing positive energy to the world by creating less waste and working toward a future where recycling is more broadly available. Energizer EcoAdvanced batteries are the first steps in creating value for recycled battery material, which until today has had little or no economic value.
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Energizer AA Batteries
Energizer scientists created proprietary partnerships and an innovative approach that refines and transforms recycled battery material into a high-performance active ingredient. This ingredient, used in conjunction with energy rings, results in a long-lasting battery that has less impact on the planet - both by requiring less mining of virgin material in the manufacturing process and by reducing the amount of batteries consumers need to power their devices, resulting in less waste.

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Energizer EcoAdvanced is another in a long line of innovative 'firsts' from Energizer in the battery category. Energizer introduced Energizer Ultimate Lithium, the world’s longest lasting AA and AAA batteries in high-tech devices, the world’s first dry cell battery, and the world’s first watch battery. Energizer was also the first to remove mercury from alkaline and hearing aid batteries, and the first to create child resistant packaging to mitigate coin cell ingestion by children, along with an awareness campaign.

Energizer EcoAdvanced

Energizer EcoAdvanced
"Industry experts long believed it was impossible to create a battery made with recycled batteries while maintaining performance," said Michelle Atkinson, Chief Marketing Officer. "Our scientists welcome a challenge and have spent the past seven years creating just that - Energizer EcoAdvanced - our highest performing alkaline battery and the world’s first AA battery made with four percent recycled battery material. Today we are introducing a high-performance AA battery made with 4% recycled batteries," said Atkinson.





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