Our company has been collecting, transporting and recovering used, malfunctioning and damaged lithium batteries, accumulators and cells since 2020. Since then, we have become an accomplished leader in handling and  reprocessing of disposed lithium batteries in Slovakia.

In case you own or originate lithium batteries, please reach out to us using the following contact form.


We offer:

  • Lending of certified collection containers free of charge to our contract partners
  • Collection and transport of batteries throughout the Slovak Republic using our ADR-certified vehicles
  • Professional approach
  • Consulting services in the fields of handling and storage of lithium batteries, accumulators and cells
  • Preparation of transport documents
  • Necessary fire retardant materials and protective accessories in a single package
  • Recycling of batteries, accumulators and cells in the EU
  • Discounts for our contract partners (up to 20%)

 Order prerequisites

Written order must include the following:

  • Photos
  • Safety data sheet (SDS)
  • Quantity
  • Battery type
  • Technical condition of batteries 

Recycling fee is based on the following:

  • Technical condition of given battery
  • Metal oxides contents
  • Contractual relationship

Type of lithium battery

  • portable (part of portable devices and appliances)
  • industrial (intended for use in industrial and commercial environments or in electric vehicles or means of transportation)

European Waste Catalogue number

  • 160605 and 200134


  • 3090 – non-rechargeable batteries
  • 3480 – rechargeable batteries 

Technical condition of used and/or malfunctioning and/or damaged lithium batteries and accumulators (degree of damage) identified prior to collection

  • Undamaged – identified as defective, expired, malfunctioning
  • Damaged – bulged batteries, broken contacts, minor damage to outer housing, mechanically undamaged cells
  • Critically damaged – physically or mechanically damaged (leaking cells, heavily deformed battery, burned battery pack, burned cells, short circuited battery, damaged outer housing including the cells, including the tendency to dangerous interaction between individual cells – requires a specialized Li-box

Collection containers corresponding to the technical condition of used and/or malfunctioning and/or damaged lithium batteries and accumulators

  • Undamaged – box designated for lithium batteries made from hardened plastic. Metal barrels (60 L and 115 L) designated for portable batteries, e.g. handheld devices
  • Damaged – box designated for lithium batteries made from hardened plastic. Metal barrels (60 L and 115 L) or specialized metal box in particular cases
  • Critically damaged – specialized metal box

Loading of lithium batteries into collection containers is carried out by the partner in accordance with safety instructions provided by POWER BATTERY company. These instructions serve as a basis for loading and storing of lithium batteries and the acceptance of lithium batteries, accumulators and cells is conditional to the adherence to the safety instructions.


 Accessories necessary for transportation and storage of used lithium batteries

  • Vermiculite – dielectric bulk material. Available as per current stock supply 
  • Vermiculite slabs – dielectric material with excellent thermal insulating properties. Slab thickness: 20 – 30mm, length and width as per individual requirement
  • Bulk extinguishing material – dry extinguishing material that melts down in fire and creates an insulating layerthatextinguishes the combustion. Available as per current stock supply
  • Fire retardant fiberglass tarps – intended for rapid extinguishing or suppression of fire. Fire, smoke and toxic fumes are isolated under the tarp and the temperature is decreased. Available as per current stock supply

 Level of hazard based on regulations


  • Act No. 79/2015 Coll. on Waste does not define used lithium batteries and accumulators as hazardous waste materials and, therefore, no hazardous waste shipping document is required transportation thereof.
  • Contrary to the aforementioned Act on Waste, ADR regulations resulting from the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road classify this type of waste as dangerous goods, therefore a shipping document covering the domestic transport of dangerous goods must be filled out at the collection site and all obligations resulting from the ADR regulations must be fulfilled.

Please contact us if interested in working with us.

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